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CONTENTS 



events 18 



competition 84 

participation 1 06 

names & faces 210 

schools & 

colleges 316 

Harry Hodges, editor 

D^A/^ight Douthit, assistant editor 

W^arren Dunn, advisor 




SOUTHERNER 

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 
HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



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UNIVERSITY OF 
SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 



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Founded I910. as Miss. Normal 
College. Mississippi's first state 
schooKfor teachers. Became 
State Teachers College. 1924: 
Miss. Southern College, 1940: 
&. Univ. of Southern Miss.. 1962. 




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campus . . 



USM's campus cradled in the heart of the Deep 
South provides a positive atmosphere for the ver- 
satile student. It occupies 920 acres of beautifully 
landscaped grounds. 

Southern's ideal location places her in the hub of 
the South's major activities. Her 9500 students 
can get away from it all by spending a day or 
vi^eekend in Jackson, New Orleans, Mobile or vis- 
iting the Gulf Coast. 

The University of Southern Mississippi consists 
of eleven schools and colleges with each having 
several different departments and many majors. 
Throughout the University a broad core curricu- 
lum is found leading into specialization during 
the last two years. 

Faculty members currently number 580 with 302 
of these holding doctorial degrees. The student- 
faculty ratio is approximately 17-1. 

Southern's campus is the ideal place to further 
your education as well as meet the needs of your 
lifestyle. 






the 



people . . . 



Southern's greatest natural resource is its student 
body. Southern is people— warm and friendly 
people. One of USM's greatest assets is its congenial 
student body working together to provide a living- 
learning experience in their educational attempts. 
The USM college community is a working commu- 
nity. It is individuals working together, sharing 
ideas in an effort to make their campus life exciting 
and challenging. Teamwork, competition, friend- 
ship-all come together to make one successful, uni- 
fied college community. 

P(U)ple at USM care about each other making it a 
very special place to be. It is here that foundations 
for long and lasting friendships are formed. It is 
these friendships and the memories they hold that 

will he cherishi'd for a lifetime. 



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. . . Great 
in '78 





Beginning with the first pep rally at the 
start of the year, the USM spirit began 
to snowball to an all-time high. With 
more planned activities, spirit drives 
and the formation of new organiza- 
tions, a noticeable increase in spirit 
was seen in 1978. Win or lose, the vigor 
prevailed at all sporting events during 
the year. Midnight pep rallies, bonfires, 
torch walks, and parades made South- 
ern Mississippi GREAT IN 78. 




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the 



activities . . . 



USM life is not all books and classes. The wide variety of 
student interests keeps the campus active year round. On- 
campus social, cultural, and athletic activities are important 
to the expanding student. There is a spot for everyone in the 
174 student organizations that are social, professional, hon- 
orary, religious or service oriented. 

Concerts, Spring Fever Week, Casino Night and Thursday 
night movies are only a few highlights of the year produced 
by the University Activities Council. Other groups playing 
an important role in promoting campus activities are Resi- 
dence Hall Council, Associated Student Body and also the 
seventeen religious organizations on campus. 






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USM . . . the place to be 



DEBBIE GRIM 

1978 MISS SOUTHERN 




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GREEK GAMES '78 



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The full spirit of Greek Games was captured as fraternities and 

sororities came togrthcr to share in a day of fun. competition and 
excitement last Spring. An annual event, the day is filled with a 
variety of events, ranging anywhere from a series of canoe races 
to a simple sack race. Enthusiasm filled the air as the Greeks 
competed, all displaying the most important character of the 
day— good sportsmanship. 

Top honors went to Sigma Alpha Epsilon in the fraternity divi- 
sion and Alpha Sigma Alpha in the sorority division. 




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Rush . . . ii time of indecision . . . a time to decide. Each sorority 
oticrs i\ l)oiul of fricMuiship and sisterhood, each of which is 
unique to the other. During the week preceding Fall Semester, 
each girl is given an opportunity to sample and be a part of that 
certain atmosphere that seals the bonds of sisterhood. 

Ill 1978. Southern's nine; sororities opened their doors to over 
thr(!(' huii(h('(l ^irls during formal rush. A wecik of activity, the 
anticipation and excitement mounted as bid day dr(!W near— and 
then it happened— no longer was Rush a time of indecision or a 
time to decide— it became a reality! 



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September 20, 1978 
A UAC Presentation 



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the 



COMMODORES 




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September 19, 



SIR HAROLD W^ILSON 



"European Communisin" 

Opening the 1978 Honors College lecture series, The Univer- 
sity Forum featured Sir Harold Wilson, former Prime Minis- 
ter of Great Britain, who spoke to audience members on 
"European Communism". 

Before his retirement in April 1976, Mr. Wilson had served 
four times as Prime Minister and twice leader of the 
Opposition. 

Relating through his own personal experience, Mr. Wilson 
touched on various interesting aspects of social economics 
of Europe. 



The 




University 
Forum 




Fall '78 



September 26, 



DR. ROBIN COOK 



"Why a Physician Turns to 
Writing" 

"Why a Doctor turns to Writing", was Dr. Cook's theme for 
discussion as he visited the University Forum September 26. 

A practicing opthalmologist in Massachusetts and a Clinical 
Instructor at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Cook pursues 
full-time careers as doctor and author. His most popular 
book is Coma, a chilling novel of medical treachery in a city 
hospital. 

Dr. Cook touched on a new plane of interest concerning the 
medical world and the lives of those dealing with this 
world. Dr. Cook kept his listener's on the edge of their seats 
as he brought out new ideas and concepts and astonishing 
possibilities of medical science. 





October 3, 



WILLIE MORRIS 

"A Mississippi Writer Views the 
South" 

A taste of Mississippi was introduced to the (JHC audience 
as Willie Morris, a novcjlisf and free lance writer, expressed 
his views of the South October 3. 

Born in Yazoo City, Mississipp, Morris was drawn into \htt 
cultural ferment of the northeast as a y(jung man. Lecturing 
on "A Writer's view of the South, Morris has written many 
books in his lifetime, the most recent being titled Pride 
Wilhoui Priihr. A Memior which was scheduled for publica- 
tion October 1978. 



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October 10, 



TOM HEINSOHN 

"The Rise and Fall of Professional 
Sports" 

"I'm six fe(>t seven. 1 wear red pants .uul wild checkered 
sports coats, and I have a voice you can hear all over the 
Garden. And 1 have a face that shows emotion. You see me. 
you know mv emotions." 



A colorful character of the sports world, this is how Tom 
Heinsohn, former Head Coach of the Boston Celtics, de- 
scribed himself to The University Forum audience October 
«• 10. Heinsohn, a former basketball player, coached the Cel- 
tics to the NBA Championship in 1976. 



Heinsohn spoke on "The Rise and Fall of Professional 
Sport". He candidly discussed the ever-growing economic 
implications of pro sports, holding the attention of his au- 
dience with astonishing facts and fallacies of the sports 

world. 



October 17, 



PAUL GANN 



"Proposition 13: An Overview" 

Visiting the University Forum October 17 was Paul Gann 
whose presentation "Proposition 13: An Overview" proved 
to be factful and full of information. 

Paul Gann is co-sponsor of the Jarvis-Gann Ammendment 
(Proposition 13) to the California State Constitution. This 
ammendment, which California voters approved by an as- 
tounding two-to-one margin rolled back upward spiraling 
property taxes in California by limiting property to one per- 
cent of market value. 



The 




University 
Forum 




Fall '78 




October 24, 



POLITICAL FORUM 



"Mississippi U.S. Senatorial Race" 

One of the highlights of the lecture series was the Political 
Forum October 24 with the candidates for the U.S. Senate 
seated held by the retiring Senator James O. Eastland. 

Participating in the forum were Thad Cochran, Republican 
candidate; Maurice Dantin, Democratic candidate and 
Charles Cockrell, publicity manager for Charles Evers, Inde- 
pendent candidate. 

Bennett Auditorium was packed as students and local com- 
munity members gathered to hear candidates discuss their 
various issues. Many took advantage of the opportunity to 
pose any questions to candidates of their choice. 






November 7, 



SYMPOSIUM 



"The Mississippi Penal System" 

1 he Mississippi Penal System was discussed by a four-man 

piiiicl .it th(! llni\('rsify F'orum Novtimber 7. 

The panel included: Ron W(!lch. a young defense attorney 
inv()lv(Hl in criminal law in Mississippi: Jem Weathers, a dis- 
trict attorney in Forriist C(junty: R(j|)i;rt Huj^igins. Chairman 
of the Corrections Appropriations Committee in the Missis- 
sippi House of R(!pres(.'ntatives and Morris Thij^pim. Deputy 
(Commissioner of the Department of Corrections in 
Mississippi. 




November 14, 



CLARENCE CLYDE 
FERGUSON 

"International Protection 
of Human Rights" 

"IntiTiiational Protection of Human Riphts." the subject of 
hi.s pn>s(Mit<ition h.is ln*en the life work of Clarence Clyde 
Ferguson, jr. .i.s h(> visited the University Forum November 
14. 

Years of service to persons who have suffered from dis- 
crimination because of the color of their skin or because of 
having been born in a certain spot produced what proved to 
be one of the most authoritative speakers of the season. 



HOMECOMING 



1978 



Patti Ingram Reigns 
as Queen 








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Student Body Maid 
Diane Eddins 
Escort 
'' Bob Benefield 



Graduate Maid 
Valarie Dicharry 

Escort 
Charles Lindsey 




Senior Maid 

Jill Warren 

Escort 

Mark McNally 





Junior Maid 

Cindy McDonald 

Escort 

Mike Foster 



Sophomore Maid 

Celeste Foster 

Escort 

Jim Stevens 



Freshman Maid 
T.J. Inman 

Escort 
Jeff Harris 



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"Eagles fly, Seminoles die" was the theme set as the 1978 
Homecoming Week kicked off with Miss Patty Ingram reigning 
as queen. The campus came alive with the traditional home- 
coming enthusiasm. Display competition, pep rallies, parties and 
an overwhelming crowd at the game were all a part of this spe- 
cial week. Chi Omega was awarded 1st Place Overall for their 
display, "Eagles Toast to a Seminole Roast." 



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Senate Race '78 

A Promise For The Future? 



An old maxim in Mississippi poli- 
tics says that "one senator should 
be a gentleman and the other a 
sonofabitch; that way the whole 
state is represented." The 1978 
senatorial race was clearly a gen- 
tlemen's contest. 

Thad Cochran, the outspoken 
young conservative from the 
House, smoothly took the reins of 
the Republican organization. 
Democrats nominated the con- 
servative, mild-mannered Mau- 
rice Dantin of Columbia. In con- 
trast to the fresh young 
countenances of Cochran and 
Dantin was the familiar face of 
Charles Evers, the black indepen- 
dent. Cochran handily defeated 
his opponents to become the first 
Republican senator from Missis- 
sippi since Reconstruction. 

This senatorial struggle reflected 
several major political and social 
movements which are sweeping 



Mississippi, the South, and the 
nation. The Republican victory 
signaled Mississipppi's move into 
line with other Southern states, 
which seem to be uniting behind 
the charismatic young Republi- 
cans. The defeat of Maurice Dan- 
tin, the genteel rural lawyer, by 
Thad Cochran, the intelligent 
metropolitan attorney, reiterates 
the growing importance of urban 
areas and industry in Mississippi 
and the South. The extensive use 
of television advertising by the 
major candidates reflects a shift 
away from the old tree-stump— 
speech kind of Southern politics. 
The strength of Charles Evers 
shows the growing discontent 
with the Democratic Party among 
blacks. 

Of course, many old trends were 
continued in 1978: the usual flam- 
boyant Democrat primary fol- 
lowed by a low-key general elec- 
tion; the election of a 





BENSON GEORGE BENSON GEORGE BENSON 




November 10, 1978 
A UAC Presentation 



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Futurama ... an exira measure of 
helping prospective students with 
their future. It wasn't your ordinary 
college night, but a day full of 
activity as more than 100 colleges 
and universities were represented at 
Futurama on November 28. In 
addition, over 65 business and 
industry representatives were on 
hand. 

Billed as "Super Day " Futurama 
provided many incredible learning 
experiences for its some 3,000 
participants which consisted of 
college-bound high school students 
taking a look at their future careers. 

The future part of Futurama dealt 
with much more than the already 
significant career-oriented section 
of the day. The future, in regard to 
space-age technology in 
transportation and communication, 
was one of the highlights of the day 
also. 



The campus was transformed into a 
futuristic atmosphere as members of 
Southern Style, the campus host 
group, were clad in space costumes, 
with traffic being coordinated by 
personnel in golf carts. Also 
featured were a number of exhibits 
dealing with space-age technology 
and research. Highlighting the 
displays were the Saturn V and 
Lunar Modules, the Space Shuttle 
Enterprise, and the Lunar Excursion 
Module. 



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Reed Green Coliseum filled 
with the sounds of Christmas, 
November 30th, as seventeen 
fraternities and sororities 
participated in the 27th Annual 
Chi Omega ,Songfest. Kappa 
Sigma and Delta Delta Delta 
captured first place with Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon and Delta 
Gamma placing second. Phi 
Kappa Tau and Kappa Delta 
took third place honors. 
Special entertainment was 
provided by the University 
Singers. Governor Cliff Finch 
was also on hand to witness 
the annual charity project that 
raised funds for the Heart 
Association this year. The 
winners were announced by 
USM President, Dr. Aubrey K. 
Lucas, to conclude the 
program. 

27th Annual 





CHI OMEGA SONGFEST 




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First: Kappa Sigma and Delta Delta Delta 




Second: Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Delta Gamma 




Third: Phi Kappa Tau and Kappa Delta 




Casino Night saw the UAC spon- 
sored Kaleidescope Week off to a 
leaping start. The union magically 
became the equal of one of the 
most vivacious gambling houses 
in Las Vegas as over 300 students 
bet from table to table. 

The night ended vi^ith an auction, 
seeing thousands of dollars being 
bid for everything from steak din- 
ners to a $400,000 bid for a case of 
beer. 





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January 10, 1979 




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Illusionist 

January 31, 1979 
Sponsored by 
Campus Crusade 
for Christ 



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February 17. 1979 
Sponsored by R.H.C. 

King 

Calvin Hewitt 

Queen 

Paula Russum 

Maids 

Ist-Linda Gandy 
2nd-Martha Fortenberry 
3rd-Celeste Foster 

Dukes 

Ist-Curtis Washington 
2nd-Bill Knox 
3rd-Ben Gill 





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Chris Bliss 

Rock 'n Roll Juggler 
February 19, 1979 



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& Curley 



February 19. 1979 




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FOOTBALL 



Eagles Edge 
Spiders 

Coach Bobby Collins' Golden Eagles were on the 
road for their first game of the season and re- 
turned home victorious after a 10-7 win over the 
University of Richmond; thanks to the defense. 
The Eagles scored first on a 41 yard field goal by 
senior, Randy Boyette in the second quarter. With 
less than five minutes to play in the third quarter 
USM was trailing 7-3, when defensive tackle, 
Stoney Parker blocked a Richmond punt which 
sophomore, James Hale, recovered and ran into 
the end zone for the winning touchdown. 



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Richmond 


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McDaniel Leads 
Eagles To Victory 

The C'loldiMi K.ijjics traveled In Little Rock. Arkansas, to 
fiicc the Ark.uisiis State Inilians. Things looked grim for 
the Eagles when senior quarterback |eff Hammond was 
taken from the j^ame with <i knee injury, but H.immonds 
replacement. Dane McUaniel proved equal to the task. 
On McDaniel's first drive he threw a 29 yard TD pass to 
Marvin H<ir\»'y for the first offensive touchdown of the 
year. McDaniel scored the second TD to give USM a 14-0 
lead at the half. The second half was a defensive struggle. 
Mike Crenshaw interci'pted a pass to give the Eagles their 
third and final score to assure a 21-6 Eagli' victory 

USM 14 7 21 

Arkansas St. 6 6 




Eagles Face First 
Defeat of Season 

The Eagles, having yet to play on home ground, traveled to 
Cincinatti only to return disappointed after falling to the 
Bearcats, 26-14. The Eagles had their problems offensively 
with only four first downs throughout the contest. The 
Eagles trailed 9-7 at the half, with the only USM TD being 
the result of an interception by Cliff Lewis who returned the 
ball to the Bearcat three, after which Tiko Beal then 2 plays 
later carried in for the score. 

USM 7 7 14 

Cincinatti 9 3 14 26 



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USM Outscored 
But Not Defeated 

/\lt(T ,1 week of rest, the (ioliicn ll.i^lcs ti.ntltii l<i Mississippi 
Momorial Sliuiium in Jackson lo play intrrslali- rival Olr Miss. 
Ihis giimc was only the second limr thai Soulhrrn has ever 
pi.iycd an SKC toam in [ackson. In thr first quarter McDaniol 
scored on an option left for the first TO of the night, with Randy 
Hoyelte kickinjj the PAT. After the kickoff. Ole Miss fumbled af- 
ter a hi! from Thad llilhird and the ball was recovered on the Re- 
bel eight yard line by Alb(>rt Teague for USM. Two plays later 
Chuck C^ook .scored for USM and Boyetles PAT was wide after 
an offside penalty. USM led l.'MO at the half. The controversial 
.second h.ijf was a defensive struggle Two costly Eagle mistakes 
in the fourth quarter led to two Rebel field goals, the last one 
made with only 16 .seconds left to play in the game lo assure an 
Ole Mi.ss victorv. Ifi-lil 



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JSM 7 15 O 22 

Mississippi 
St. 7 10 17 



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ival for Second Big Year 



Eagles Sink 
Pirates 17-16 

The Golden Eagles defeated the 
East Carolina Pirates improving 
their record to 4-2. USM's first 
score came on a pitchout to 
Chuck Cook for six yards. Shortly 
after, Dane McDaniel was taken 
out of the game with a shoulder 
injury. Quarterback Jeff Ham- 
mond passed for 51 yards to Mar- 
vin Harvey for the second South- 
ern touchdown. E.C.U. scored 16 
points in the second quarter to go 
ahead of the Eagles at halftime. In 
the third quarter U.S.M. was play- 
ing catch-up football; Randy 
Boyette kicked a 35 yard fieldgoal 
which gave the Golden Eagles a 
17-16 victory over the Pirates. 



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A hiilfbiick pass from Ricky Floyd 
t(j (Jhuck Br(jwn that covered 56 
yards, followed by a PAT by 
Randy BoyfJtte started th(? Ea«le- 
Tiger clash off right. The L'.S.M. 
"Nasty Bunch" held back the Ti- 
j^(;rs for the r(!st of the half allow- 
ing only a three point fieldgoal re- 
sulting from an Eagle fumble. 
Memphis State's only touchdown 
cam(; in the third quarter after a 
96 yard drive that took over 11 
minutes, giving the Tigers a 10-7 
l(!ad. The Eagles bounced back 
for a 13-10 victory with two 
Randy Boyetfe ficjldgoals which 
gave th(!m their third straight win 
of the year, a first for the Eagles 
in 3 years. 

USM 7 6 13 
MSU 3 7 10 



Memphis State 
5 Gives Eagles 

Third Vl^in In A Row 



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FSU Wins ' 



Upset 

Homecoming 

Victory 

The Florida State Seminoles 
gained 252 yards through the air, 
scoring four touchdowns on pass 
plays, to put a damper on a spir- 
ited USM Homecoming crowd. 
The Golden Eagles came to life in 
the second quarter to put 14 
points on the scoreboard. The 
first USM touchdown was made 
by tailback Tiko Beal on a one 
yard around the left, with Boyette 
adding the PAT, narrowing the 
Seminole lead to 10-7. 

The second TD drive was a result 
of an interception by Mike 
"Crazy" Crenshaw. Five plays 
later Hammond threw a 23 yard 
TD pass to Chuck Brown making 
the score 17-14. Florida State re- 
turned from the half and scored 
21 big points to insure an FSU 
victory. The Final score for the 
Eagles came from a safety when 
an unidentified Eagle Defender 
trapped a Seminold fullback in 
the end zone for USM's final two 
points making the score 38-16 at 
the games end. 




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FSU 



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10 





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Eagles Face 
Defeat In Texas 

North Tcxiis State handed USM its si-cond 
straight dc.'feat by capitalizing on four Eaglo turn- 
overs and conv(?rting them to points. The Eagles 
started junior quarterback. Joe Burkell against 
the Mean Gre(;n due to other quarterbacks. Ham- 
mond and McDanicil's. injuric^s. Burkell. plagued 
with two interceptions, saw the North Texas 
team hiad lb-0 at the; half. McDaniel took over at 
the half and cranked up the sputtering Eagle of- 
f(!nse as he drove; the Eagles 71 yards for their 
first score. The; two point conversion was unsuc- 
cessful. USM mounted a late fourth quarter drive 
and McDaniel scored from the one as time ran 
out. Again. th(! two point conversion was unsuc- 
cessful and the Golden Eagles left the stadium in 
Benton. Texas downed by a final score of 25-12. 



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Winning 

Season Assured 

After Eagle 

Comeback 



USM was welcomed back home to M.M. 
Roberts Memorial Stadium after two on- 
the-road loses, by defeating the Bowling 
Green State University Falcons of Ohio, 
38-21. USM capitalized on two Bowling 
Green fumbles to turn around the game 
and assure USM of its first winning sea- 
son since 1975. Hammond started for the 
Eagles and it was his 43 yard TD pass to 
Marvin Harvey that put Southern on the 
scoreboard first. USM also scored late in 
the first half as McDaniel hit Chuck 
Brown with a nine yard TD pass and they 
trailed 21-14 at the half. 

USM scored twice as a result of Falcon 
fumbles during the third period. The 
Eagles dominated the fourth quarter by 
scoring ten points to the Falcon's zero. 
Boyette kicked a 37 yard field goal and 
the final TD came from the Falcon one 
yard line that Tiko Beal carried in to 
wrap up the game. 



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Eagles End 
Season . . . 
''Great in 
'78" 



USM 3 7 14 13 37 

Louisville 3 3 



II.S.M. finished the season 
right with a 37-3 win over 
Louisville of Kentucky. The 
Golden Eagle offense 
couldn't be stopped, running 
up 351 yards while the 
"Nasty Bunch" maintained 
their reputation by holding 
the 130 yard per game rush- 
ing average of U.L. tailback 
Nathan Poole to a paltry 51 
yards. The first quarter be- 
gan with Chuck Cook re- 
ceiving the kickoff. carrying 
it 31 yards, and fumbling to 
Marvin Harvey, who carried 
it another 10 yards. )eff 
Hammond lead the Eagles to the 5, 
where Randy Boyette kicked to put 3 
points on the scoreboard for the 
Eagles. The next score was in the sec- 
ond quarter, performed by Sammy 
Winder. Boyette m.ide the PAT which 
raised the score 10-0. Louisville's only 
points were gained by a field goal with 
six seconds left in the half. 

I'.L. received Southern's second-half 
kickoff and three plays later lost the 
h.ill when CMump T.iylor hit their quar- 
terh.ick who fumbleil on his own 35. 
The Eagles capitalized on the turnover 
driving 35 vards for a TD bv Marvin 
Harvey and" PAT by Boyette." U.S.M.'s 
next score was a McDaniel pass to 
L.irry Harrington and another Boyette 
I'.AT. In the fourth quarter. Bubba 
Busby intercepted a Cardinal pass and 
returned it 14 yards. McDaniel did the 
honors for a score after a seven play 
drive, and once again Boyette came 
through with the PAT. U.S.M.s final 
TD was a seven yard rush by Ricky 
Floyd, his first touchdown of the year, 
making the score 37-3. 



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iriTi'iMJiiJiHiga- 



The Team ... 



Dane McDaniel, 1 
Ricky Floyd, 2 
Don Horn, 3 
Mike Alford, 5 
Shane Gabrourel, 6 
Ron Etheridge, 7 
Mike Wright, 8 
Chuck Brown, 9 
Randy McDonald, 10 
Russell Dorset!, 11 
Joe Burckel, 12 
David O'Dom, 13 
Mark Hollander, 14 
David Sellers, 15 
Arthur Newberry, 16 
Michael Woodward, 17 
Jeff Hammond, 18 
Hanford Dixon, 19 
Chuck Cook, 20 
Mark Carmichael, 22 
Mike Crenshaw, 23 
Danny Jackson, 24 
Wade Lynch, 25 
Emanuel Killingsworth, 26 
Willie Corner, 27 
Mike Cook, 28 
Gary Williams, 29 
Bubba Busby, 30 
Tim Kiggins, 31 



Rhett Whitley, 32 
Tommy Trahan, 33 
Larry Taylor, 34 
Mark Means, 35 
Tiko Beal, 36 
Gary Holt, 37 
Mike McKinzie, 39 
Mickey Jones, 40 
Freeman Horton, 41 
Calvin Jones, 42 
Albert Teague, 43 
Sammy Winder, 45 
Ron Brown, 46 
Cliff Lewis, 47 
Curtis Zeigler, 48 
Mike Livings, 49 
Stoney Parker, 50 
Bill Mann, 52 
Doug Conway, 53 
Mike Justesen, 54 
Freddy McLaughlin, 55 
Terry Brown, 56 
Mark Johnson, 57 
Thad Dillard, 58 
Jamey Watson, 59 
Eddie McCoy, 60 
Larry Fowler, 61 
Butch Smith, 62 
Clump Taylor, 63 
Marvin Lenhart, 64 
Randy Butler, 65 
Ray Lloyd, 66 



Blane Burnett, 67 
Derrick Banks, 68 
Berry Smith, 69 
Greg Ahrens, 70 
Gary Ivy, 71 
Joey Warren, 72 
Dale Fife, 74 
Milton Junker, 75 
Joe Freeman, 76 
Peter Saia, 77 
Joel Fleming, 78 
J.J. Stewart, 79 
Marvin Harvey, 80 
Larry Harrington, 81 
John Cannon, 82 
Joey Starnes, 83 
Melvin Silas, 84 
Tom Jordon, 85 
Chris Lee, 86 
Randy Boyette, 87 
Greg Graham, 88 
Charles Carter, 89 
Mike Howell, 90 
Charles Jenkins, 91 
Jess Lang, 92 
James Hale, 93 
Grant Gulliver, 94 
Wendall Williams, 95 
Joey Hendrix, 96 
Richard Long, 97 
Archie Henderson, 98 
Joe Tucker, 99 




The Coaches . . . 

Bobby Collins, Head Coach 

Whil('\' lordon. Offensive Co-ordinalor 

|cff ii<irncs. Couch of Wide Receivers 

Mill) McCiirlh\. Couch of Qudrlerbdcks & Running Backs 

Ricky P.ickard. (>oach of Ti>{hl Ends 

|im C.irmody. Assisdinl Head Coach. Coach of Down Lincmpn 

Ron Chealham, Coach of Defensive Ends 

Hill VAny. C^oach of Defensive Secondary 

Thamas (Coleman. Coach of Linebackers 




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4i 



MEN'S TENNIS 




1979 Team 



Jon Alford 

David Faust 

Osvaldo Garo 

Mark Ginn 

Mark Peach 

Mike Pieper 

George Piugmiquel 

Randy Posey 

Bob Stevens 

Scott Stewart 

Coach Larry Harrington 



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81 




LADIE'S TENNIS 




FRONT ROW: Helen Grant, Gine Riley, Rhonda Balius, Bonnie Turner. 
BACK ROW: Coach Helen Pappadakis, Ann Rooney, Vianne Giddens, Kim 
Ferrill, and Laura Porciello. 



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BASEBALL 




1978 Roster 



Front Row: 



Back Row: 



Doug Taylor 
George Komp 
Alex McKay 
John Kenna 
Mike Homan 
Joey DiFatta 
Anthony Ivino 
Don Oliver 
Roger Wertz 
Don Cumberland 
Rick Hawthorne 
Donnie Murray 
Kirby Newell 

Billy Wallace 
Rick Cox 
Jon Owen 
Mark Townsend 
Terry Daniels 
Randy Jamison 
Steve Stouder 
Steve Knight 
Dan Grieve 
Steve Stout 
Mark Ericson 
Dean Higdon 
Irvin Rentz 




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Coach Pofo Taylor's 1978 team 
ran into touj^h competition hist 
spring as the Golden Eagles ran 
up a ^"^-24 vvon-loss record. 
The Kagl(;s wen* led in hitting 
by Donnie Murray who held a 
.294 av(>rage. Doug Taylor .ind 
D(>an Higdon were the next 
two highest with .2H9 and .2H2 
averages resjiectiveiy lohnny 
Kenna led the L.igles in RBl's 
with 20 and Kirby Newell has 
the sh.irpesl eye at the pl.ite by 
gelling 24 bases on balls. Five 
Eagle players were tied for the 
lead in homernns with one a 
piece. They were Doug Taylor, 
johnny Kenna. Rick Trusty. 
Kirby Newell, and Ir\ in Rent/. 
Ue.in Higdon led the team with 
5 triples and (ohnny Kenna led 
USM with 7 dovibles. Kenn.i 
was also the team leader in hits 
with 31. 



From the mound. Mik(^ tinman 
and Jon Owen let! the tram 
with lowest Earned Run Aver- 
ages. Homan had 2.67 while 
Owen had a 3.66. Tony Ivino 
started the most games with 11 
.ippe.ir.inces and Steve Knight 
had the most completi* g.imes 
with 4 Randy Jamison and Bill 
Wallace were tied for the team 
le.id in sirike-ouls with 35 
each. USM played a tough 
schedule and the 1,5-24 record 
proveii it. USM lost 4 tough 
games to UNO. Ole Miss. 2 to 
Miss. State and a split of two 
games each was achieved 
against Alabama. Teamwise, 
the Eagles finished with a 246 
batting average. 270 hits, and 
163 runs. In fielding, the young 
Eagle defenders made some 
mistakes, but improvements 
were made in catching and in- 
field. 



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86 







1978 Results 



USM 


1 


IJ.\(J 


5 


USM 


3 


UNO 


8 


USM 


7 


MS College 


6 


USM 


3 


MS College 


2 


USM 


12 


Aldbamd 


6 


USM 





Alabama 


7 


USM 


Z 


SE Louisiana 


9 


USM 


2 


Delta Stale 


11 


USM 


11 


Delta State 


9 


USM 


4 


Delta State 


15 


USM 


5 


Cannon 


4 


USM 


7 


Cannon 





USM 


4 


Cannon 


3 


USM 


2 


Millikm 


1 


USM 


2 


Millikin 


1 


USM 


5 


Millikin 


4 


USM 


11 


Millikin 


1 


USM 





Elon 


10 


USM 


7 


Elon 


5 


USM 


1 


Elon 


8 


USM 


1 


Elon 


2 


USM 


5 


Livinjiston 


6 


USM 





Delta State 


9 


USM 


7 


Spring Hill 


5 


USM 


1 


Ole Miss 


2 


USM 


1 


Ole Miss 


22 


USM 


3 


MS State 


7 


USM 


5 


MS State 


9 


USM 


10 


Livingston 


12 


USM 





Ala[)ama 


10 


USM 


M 


Alabama 


6 


USM 


1 


Ole Miss 


3 


USM 


3 


Ole Miss 


6 


USM 


H 


MS (>ollege 


14 


USM 


(i 


MS College 


10 


USM 


6 


Spring Hill 


5 


USM 


1 


UNO 


2 


USM 


1 


UNO 


2 



m/t\i^ 




GOLF 




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1979 Roster 

Jimmy Carpenter 

Tanny Cole 

David Coleman 

Ron Hickman 

Fred Jackson 

Dave Levine 

Oscar McClellan 

Frank Maurer 

Shawn Munson 

Schley Purvis 

Scott Stilwell 

Coach Danny Montgomery 





89 




MEN'S BASKETBALL 



It was a rebuilding year for Coach M.K. Turk and the 
Golden Eagle Team. Two new freshmen, forward Willie 
Robinson and center Joe Dawson, began the season as 
starters. These two were combined with the outside fire- 
power of Jerome Arnold and Kenny Smith. Greg Lackey 
and Steve Fields were the backup guards who handled 
the point, while Paul Hollon was backup center. 

The Eagles lost some very close games down the stretch 
as they continuously lost big leads in the second halves. 
In losing to USL, the Eagles held a 6 point lead with 2 
minutes left, only to see the lead vanish— Andrew Toney 
of USL finished off the Eagles with a 30 foot jumper. At 
the buzzer the Eagles had lost 66-64. 

Against the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USM 
led 59-58 after squandering a big lead again. A missed 
rebound with 5 seconds left allowed a UAB forward to 
put in a rebound. The Eagles then missed a desparation 
shot by Jerome Arnold at the buzzer to lose 60-59. 

The Eagles lost a third heartbreaker to Tulane at Biloxi 
by a 75-74 score in overtime. The game ended 64-64. 
Guard Kenny Smith missed two tries to put in a rebound 
with 2 seconds left. The big decision made by Coach 
Turk to freeze the ball at a 16 point lead with 12 minutes 
left let Tulane back in the game. 

The Eagles were 5-4 at home and 3-9 on the road. Two 
and one in overtime games, the Eagles won at Memphis 
State 91-89 and at Northwestern Louisiana 72-70 in 
double overtime. 

USM had 5 players averaging in double figures. Jerome 
Arnold led the Eagles in scoring with 18 points per game 
and shooting 46.1% from the field. Kenny Smith averaged 
16.2 points per game and shot 52% from the field. Joe 
Dawson scored an average 11.6 points per game from the 
pivot position and pulled down almost 10 rebounds per 
game. Forward Bill Logan averaged 10.2 points with 7 
rebounds per game and Greg Lackey averaged 10 points. 

Jerome Arnold had a season high of 41 points for the 
Eagle with 36 assists. Kenny Smith led the Eagles in as- 
sists with 102 and Greg Lackey shot an astounding 83%. 
Joe Dawson led the Eagles in rebounds with 199. 

Smith, Lackey, Dawson and Robinson will return next 
year for another year with the USM Golden Eagles. 




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FRONT ROW: Howard Swilley; Donald Stinch- 
comb; Kenny Smith; Steve Fields; Greg Lackey; Je- 
rome Arnold. BACK ROW: Bill Logan; Tom Dan- 
nenbring; Willie Robinson; Paul Hollon; Joe Dawson; 
Ronnie Childers. 




USM... 


90 


San Francisco State 


87 


USM... 


...114 


Missouri Western 


57 


USM... 


...131 


Iowa W^eslyan 


77 


USM... 


78 


Miss. State 


87 


USM... 


91 


Memphis State 


89 


USM... 


...107 


Missouri-Kansas City 


...100 


USM... 


.....79 


Arkansas 


93 


USM... 


77 


New Mexico State 


81 


USM... 


68 


UNO 


87 


USM... 


96 


E. Tennessee State 


86 


USM... 


87 


U. Alabama-Birmingham.. 


93 


USM... 


96 


Centenary 


...107 


USM... 


65 


USL 


72 


USM... 


66 


Northeast La 


82 


USM... 


64 


USL 


66 


USM... 


60 


Arkansas State 


72 


USM... 


...103 


Mercer University 


85 


USM... 


59 


U. Alabama-Birmingham.. 


60 


USM... 


79 


Northeast La 


99 


USM... 


72 


North w^estern La 


70 


USM... 


74 


Tulane 


75 


USM... 


86 


Samford 


75 


USM... 


78 


Mercer 


...101 


USM... 


78 


Centenary 


....76 


USM... 


94 


Tulane 


....80 


USM... 


85 


Northeast La 


....76 


USM... 


78 


Samford 


....63 



99 




LADIE'S BASKETBALL 



The USM Lady Golden Eagles had a 14-9 season with 
Diana Lyons leading with an average of 17.5 points a 
game. Nancy Faulk averaged 15.9 points per game and 
Pam McCoy had a 14.6 average per game. 

The Lady Eagles were 9-3 at home and 5-6 on the road. 
Diana Lyons led the Eagles in most offensive cate- 
gories with a 370 point total. Averaging 12.6 rebounds, 
Lyons shot 47% from the field and 62% from the free- 
throw line. Her high game score was 28 points. 

Nancy Faulk scored 333 points for the Eagles, aver- 
aging 55% from the floor and 78% from the foul line. 
She had a high game of 35 points to lead the team. Kim 
DeDeaux lead the team with 109 assists. 

The Lady Eagles lost to Delta State's Lady Statesmen 
twice with scores of 84-70 at home and 94-73 on the 
road. The team split with the Mississippi University 
for Women with a 76-72 away loss and a 74-67 win at 
home. The Lady Eagles swept two wins from Missis- 
sippi College, 96-78 at home and 74-70 there, and took 
two from Tennessee-Chattanooga, 68-55 home and 85- 
76 away. 




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the team . . . 



FRONT ROW: Judy Blackwood; Manager, Kim 
DeDeaux, Shirley Jones, Brenda Hutto, Sheila 
Milstead, Helen Grant, Debbie Boyd, Stacie Fos- 
ter and Polly Kirkland; Graduate Assistant. SEC- 
OND ROW: Kay James; Head Coach, Annette 
Smith, Laura Porciello, Nancy Faulk, Pam 
Vaughn, Diana Lyons, Vianne Giddens, Camella 
McGowan, Valerie Dicharry; Trainer, and Do- 
rothy Gillette; Trainer. NOT PICTURED: Pam 
McCoy. 



USM 


82 


Northeast Louisiana 


88 


USM 


103 


South Alabama 


46 


USM 


82 


Mississippi Valley State 


64 


USM 


86 


Mississippi State 


58 


USM 


72 


Mississippi Univ. for Women 


76 


USM 


68 


Tennessee-Chattanooga 


55 


USM 


79 


Georgia State 


86 


USM 


76 


Texas- Arlington 


48 


USM 


64 


Ole Miss 


80 


USM 


96 


Mississippi College 


78 


USM 


63 


Jackson State 


66 


USM 


65 


Alabama-Birmingham 


54 


USM 


82 


South Alabama 


58 


USM 


85 


Tennessee-Chattanooga 


76 


USM 


72 


Tennessee Tech 


59 


USM 


70 


Alabama-Birmingham 


83 


USM 


74 


Mississippi Univ. for Women 


67 


USM 


70 


Northeast Louisiana 


57 


USM 


74 


Mississippi College 


70 


USM 


73 


Delta State 


94 


USM 


85 


Mississippi State 


68 


USM 


74 


Ole Miss 


84 



103 




INTRAMURALS 



Spring Quarter 

SWIM MEET 

(Men) 

Sigma Nu 

Haulers 

SOCCER 

(Men) 
Buddies 

TWO MAN GOLF 
Steve Curtis & Terry McClure 

TRACK & FIELD MEET 

(Men) 

Vann Hall 

(Women) 

Black Gold 

SOFTBALL 

(Men) 

Sigma Nu 

Haulers Too 

(Women) 

Black Gold 

Pulley Hall 

MIXED DOUBLES TENNIS 
Donna Sick & Keith Folse 



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CO-REC WATER POLO 



Kappa Sigma-Alpha Sigma 
Alpha 

CO-REC SOFTBALL 
BSU 

Suramer Quarter 

SOFTBALL 

(Men) 
IM Champs 

Fall Semester 

BOWLING 
(Division I) 

Haulers 

(Division II) 

Phi Kappa Tau "D" 

(Women) 

Pi Beta Phi 

VOLLEYBALL 

(Division I) 

Sigma Nu 

(Division II) 

Phi Kappa Tau "B" 

(Women) 

Jones Leprechauns 

(Jamboree) 

Mac's Pack 



GOLF 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



FLAG FOOTBALL 

(Division I) 
Sigma Nu 

(Division II) 

Air Force R.O.T.C. 

(Women I) 
Jones Leprechauns 

(Women II) 

Roberts Rustlers 

(Jamboree) 
Haulers 

Hussys 



CO-REC VOLLEYBALL 
Bump 'n Thump 

CO-REC FLAG FOOTBALL 

Phi Kappa Tau- 

Delta Delta Delta 

TENNIS SINGLES 
Ken Tarling 

Mari Felding 

MINI MARATHON 
Kappa Sigma 

Roberts Hall 



CO-REC WATER POLO 
Kappa Sigma- 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 



FLOOR HOCKEY 
(Men) 

Sigma Nu 

Haulers II 

(Women) 

Jones Leprechauns 



TURKEY SHOOT 

(Men) 

Air Force R.O.T.C. 

Tony Stuart 

(Women) 

Pam Culberson 

(Faculty) 
Dennis Canfield 



HALF COURT BASKETBALL 

(Men) 
Megliamania 
BSU II 
(Women) 

Black Gold 



Phi Mu 



HORSE BASKETBALL 
(Men) 

George Johnston 

(W^omen) 

Karen Scott 

Spring Semester scores not 
available at press time *" 







Mississippi 



DRUM MAJOR 

Jimmy Harrington 

WOODWINDS 



Michael Andrews 
Diane Baker 
Elizabeth Barton 
Anthony Battaglia 
Candy Bowe 
Lance Breneman 
Gayle Brocket 
Becky Brown 
Cheri Coon 
Myra Craven 
Cheryl Debello 
John Dickson 
Jenni Duchek 
Lorriw Evans 
James Farris 
Kathy Fearing 
Marci Fessenden 
Sharda Fillingame 
Vic Flowers 
Leanne Friend 
Melora Furr 
Anne Gaston 
Richard Glare 
Nan Gray 
Marie Hall 
Kathy Hardison 
Theresa Hattaway 
Priscilla Hayden 
Barbara Henegar 
Cindy Henningsen 
Wendy Horn 
Patty Ingram 
Robin Jordan 
Alan Keating 
Cynthia King 
Roy King 
Mark Laird 
Raymond Landes 
Virginia Leach 
Mary Lindgren 
Ricky LoPresto 
Sandy Maranville 
Marcia Martin 
Terry McClure 
Mary Menasco 
Robert Miller 
Richard Moisan 
Barbara Moore 
April Moore 
April Morris 
Deborah Mullen 
Gregory Newton 
Mary Parker 
Jack Peay 
Tonia Phelps 
Pam Poirrier 
James Rawls 



Danny Redden 
Ann Roberts 
Charles Robitaille 
Pamela Rogers 
Maryelizabeth Ross 
Clarissa Savell 
Lucy Schwark 
Richard Scruggs 
Malcolm Sellers 
Karen Sewell 
Laura Sledge 
Anthony Smith 
Nancy Spence 
Bryon Stanley 
Jeanne Stewart 
Angle Sullivan 
Tammie Sumr&ll 
Shaun Thomas 
Margaret Wade 
Tamara Watson 
Martha Wheller 
Martha White 
Lynell Withers 
Carlette Woods 
Mike Worrel 
Laurie Wright 
Lewis Yeargan 

BRASS 

Herbert Barr 
Joe Blackmon 
Mark Blackwell 
Da'vid Bowles 
Timothy Breland 
Ricky Brown 
Charles Burgess 
David Carlson 
Charles Carson 
Donald Carson 
Ernie Chaffin 
Lawrence Clemens 
Katheleen Connor 
John Conway 
Douglas Conwill 
Kerry Cook 
John Cornacchione 
Daniel Coshatt 
Paula Daymond 
Kenneth E)ickerson 
Randy Dickerson 
John Donovan 
Gregory Douglas 
Daniel Dayle 
John Driscoll 
Constance Essex 
Teresa Faint 
Joseph Farris 
Robert Fayord 
Frederick Feeny 
Charles Finnegan 
Larry Fite 
William Ford 





Frederick Gaston 
Ken Geotes 
Stacy Gilder 
Robert Gilmore 
William Gladding 
Maurice Grant 
David Gunn 
Craig Hamilton 
Russ Harless 
James Harris 
Homer Hill 
Mike Horn 
Deolus Husband 
Kevin Hutchins 
William Ingraffia 
Terry Ivy 
Charles Jackson 
Archie Johns 
Kevin King 
Wayne Kleppinger 
Kimberly Kulig 



Mickel Laird 
Anthony Lambert 
George Lewis 
Stanley Lindsey 
Donna Lott 
Steven Lott 
Kenneth Lyon 
Rebecca Malone 
Bishop Mays 
Robert McCollum 
Peter McGuire 
Donald McLemore 
Lori Mihalshy 
Thomas Moak 
Don Moore 
Margaret Moran 
David Moulder 
Karl Mulling 
David Netterville 
David Parker 
Derrick Parker 



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Herrv Stroud 


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P.it T.illey 


Douxlas Potter 


Ch.irles Thompson 


Ivy I'rict' 


Hilly Tolar 


Rich.iril RiM'ves 


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Larry Allow 


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Sammy Barr 



Roherl Hau^hman 
Rii k\ Heckham 
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Floyd Brock 
C.n-x Husche 
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jon.ith.in Chancey 
Mich.iel Diaz 
Roherl Dunn 
W illi.im Fortenherry 
M.irk (lihson 
Stan Molmi's 
Kirhy Horn 
Mich.iel Inxraffia 
Russell lennin^s 
1 low.ird loines 
Joseph Uidnier 
n.ivid Massey 
|ohn McEachin 
Jeffrey Miller 



Michael \az.ir> 
Reit.e Payne 
Dwayne R.iwl 
Michael Re<ld(MJi 
Hen Sloan 
Andy WiesI 
Paniel Woolen 
M.irk Yeaper 

TWIRLERS 

Liniia Hri>ihl 
Mama Curry 
Ann Olin|{cr 



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FLAGS 

Amy Ashley 

Donna Bielstein 

Neva Byers 

Kathy Clapp 

Janis Cravey 

Dulcie Davie 

Debbie Davis 

Helen Dornbusch 

Melanie Draut 

June Estrada 

Kathleen Finn 

Candi Fountain 

Janis Gambrell 

Tina Gray 

Freda Guillot 

Donna Harper 

Karen Howell 

Melinda Hunt 

Jennifer Ingram 

Terri Kee 

Elizabeth Lally 

Barbara Lightsey 

Kristi Mordica 

Andrea Morrison 

Sandra Morrison 

Nancy Myers 

Jackie Nelson 

Judith Nix 

Melanie Ridge 

Rebecca Riles 

Christy Royals 

Michelle Schwab 

Elizabeth Scott 

Robin Segrest 

Sandra Sellers 

Kimberly Tillman 

Susan Underwood 

Debbie Vaughan 

Janna Weeks 

Ellen Whitaker 

Elizabeth Williams 






RIFLES 

Sabrina Amonell 
C^arolyn dole 
Mike C^onway 
Honna Clook 
lames Hannah 
RobiTl Honrycult 
Kan-n Kinjj 
Kcnnrlh Leach 
Thomas IaiU 
Kalhy McKay 
Clarolyn Pi-li'rson 
|ohn Prim- 
Vu'.ky Robinson 
RohiTl Srvirr 
Rcjjina Sohnvidn 
M.ir\- Su}yjs 
Kmiberly Sumrall 
Palli Tyra 
Rebecca Weaver 



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CAPTAINS 
Sheila Barber 
Melissa Grimsley 
Jill Gunnell 
Margaret O'Neil 

MEMBERS 
Carolyn Alexander 
Deborah Bass 
Leahne Beeman 
Susan Bostick 
Pam Bramlett 
Rebecca Burkes 
Susan Cole 
Vickie Coleman 
Kathryn Cooke 
Patti Cowen 
Lelia Duncan 
Hanna Eubanks 
Laura Eubanks 
Debbie Evans 
Sabrina Ezelle 
Rhonda Freeman 
Mary Hackney 
Sherri Hays 
Brenda Hudson 
Tammy Johnson 
Valorie Laffoon 
Cynthia Lamb 
Leslie Leonard 
Danielle Lutz 
Debra May 
Danielle Mottola 
Matilda Ogden 
Cindy Richardson 
Ellen Riley 
Susan Rivers 
Amy Rodgers 
Kathy Tisdale 
Debbie Triplett 
Terri Wall 
Melissa Watts 
Pamela W^ells 
Donna Williams 
Patricia Wood 







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Pom Pom Girls 












Frankye Drummonds 


Lisa Lane 






Jill Warren 


Nancy Knight 






Cheryl Twiner 


Beth Delia 






Lisa Mason 


Barbara Mannoni 






Angela Sarullo 


Tonya Mooney 






Teresa Spradley 


Carolyn Kimbrough 






Sharon Luiupkin 


Susan Saiilters 













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Cynthia Elaine Allen 
Debbie L. Allen 
Desdamona Louise Allen 
Peggy Ann Allen 
Helen Marie Anderson 
Linda Dianne Baggett 
John Allen Baker 
Windy Rowland Barker 
Mariann V. Baucum 
Vicky Williams Beckham 
Steven Harold Begley 
Deborah Joyce Bendzans 
Joseph Blais 
Charles Temple Bond 
Treasa Kay Bradley 
James Louis Bridges 
Deborah Diane Brittain 
Patricia Ann Bronte 
Patricia Mason Brown 
Gail Edward Bryant 
Nancy Wolfe Burr 
Martin Alan Burton 
Theresa Cosette Bush 
Lisa Diane Carr 
Carolyn Ruby Carson 
Reda Sue Carter 
Vicki Prouse Carter 
Joyce Jenkins Cartier 
Kenda Knotts Covington 
Ophelia Louise Crosby 
John William Dapper 
Debra Davids 
Bobby J. Davis 
Charlene Vick Davis 
James Madison Davis, Jr. 
Ruby Denise Davis 
Martha Jane Denton 
Carol Ann Dickson 
Marilyn Raye Doster 
Garnie Avie Dubuisson 
Ruth Ann Dunevant 
Hiram Taylor Durant 
Gerald F. Edwards 
Marabeth Evans 
Wanda Alexander Ford 
William Samuel Franklin 
Mary Theresa Freibert 
Hunter Lowell Frye 
Anne Elizabeth Gambrell 
Cynthia Lynn Gardner 
Charles Rayment Gavin 
Michael Wayland Gilbert 
Hilton Lamar Gillespie, Jr. 
Marianne Gipson 
Donald Eugene Given 
Donna S. Godbold 
Jean Combs Haffey 
Ervin Eugene Hall 



Phi Kappa Phi 

Honorary Scholastic Society 




Lynn Peters Halliwell 
Brenda Kay Hammack 
Kenneth James Hansing 
Beverly Dean Harper 
Stanley Maxie Harrell, Jr. 
Mary G. Hatch 
Michael A. Headrick 
Deanna Lynn Heidelberg 
Rebecca Brown Henry 
Phyllis Ruth Herrington 
Mary Catherine Holloway 
Mildred Eugenia Hood 
Keith Graves Home 
Beverly Carroll Hutson 
Donald Elwood Illich 
Glenn Edward James 
Becky Farnham Johnson 
Burney Parkinson Johnson 
Karen Ann Johnson 
Rachel Theola Jordan 
Melani Ann Juhl 
Garry Flynt Keller 
Frankie Joyce Kelly 
Kimble Rene Keyes 
Kent C. Keyes 
John King 
Kim Marie King 
Deborah Jean Kouba 
Gail Annette Kuhnert 
Kathryn Ann Lang 
Bonnie Sheryl Lea 
Thomas Kyle Lee 
Jean Antoinette Lehmann 
Sarah K. Lehrer 
Delores A. Lightsey 
Carroll F. Loftin, Jr. 
Karen Bass Loftin 
Debra Kay Long 
Donna Fay Long 
Sherry Denise Loper 
Martin Harold Lott 
Michael Stephen Lundy 
Virginia Harris Majure 
Brad Allen Martin 
Judy Moore McAlister 
Dean Downs McCoy 
Marci Lee McGraw 
Robert Dean McHatton 
Marilyn Elizabeth McLeod 
Susan Lynne Mendel 
Marianne Middendorf 
Patrice Anne Monroe 
Jamie L. Moye 
Judy Ann Niolet 
Jane Clark O'Neal 
Margaret R. Fullick Odom 
Samuel R. Oppelaar, Jr. 
Sandra Kay Otwell 



Linda Smith Patterson 
Kwok Cheung Pat Poon 
Chlotia Lynette Posey 
Pamela M. Prator 
Mary Theresa Ann Reid 
Barry Mitchell Robertson 
Sheree Marie Salzburger 
Mary E. Smith Sasser 
Cheryl Ann Saunders 
Ivan Keith Scheffler 
Richard Joseph Scruggs 
Sabrina Catherine Sentell 
Cecil G. Sharp 
William Thomas Shumard 
Elizabeth Ann Simpson 
Cynthia Ann Slater 
Constance Brodnax Smith 
Donald Scott Smith 
Debra Lyn Snyder 
Laura Elise Stafford 
Bertha Rushing Stanley 
Claudia Jones Stephens 
Philip Bartholomew Sykes 
Deborah Pathi Talley 
Freida V. Thompson 
Jane Brister Trepagnier 
Man-Wai Beckie Tsang 
June Lowery Turner 
Catherine Ann Vinson 
Rebecca Hutto Walin 
Deborah Diane Watson 
Lyndia Elizabeth Watts 
Barbara Seidel Wendt 
Frances Beville White 
Spurgeon Eugene Williams 
Harry Willoughby 
Kim A. Wilson 
Tom Wolfe 
Martha Hill Wood 
SPECIAL INDUCTEES: 
Dr. Robert Conklin 
Mr. G.F. Dabbs, Jr. 
Dr. Thomas Panko 
Mr. Chuck Scarborough 
Dr. Gary Wildman 






Omicron Delta Kappa 

Honorary Leadership Society 




John H. Bcdnnbaugh 
lames Hishop 
josoph H. Urtxhtel 
(itM)rxf Uufkin 
John N. Burrus 
lost'ph Clcmi-nts 
William Clibiirn 
John F. Dale 
WarnMi K, Dunn 
Peter Diirki-e 
Clauiie K. Fike 
David H Folt/ 
("tiovanni Fi)nlecchi<) 
lohn K Conzales 
Albert (lower 
Billy loe C.ranth.im 
Joseph A. C.reenu 
Eric. C'liinn 
Stanford P. Gwin 

Graham Hales 

William Hatcher 

Sherman Hong 

Emory Howell 

Percy |ones 

Roger B. Johnson, |r. 

Wallace V,. Kay 

W.E. Kirkpatrick 

Walter |. Lok 

Aubrey K. Lucos 



Joseph Paul 
William H. Poirier 
Dick Prcnshaw 
Ronald V.. Marquardt 
Hilly |. Martin 
K(!n M(:(;arly 
Neil McMillen 
Leo Miller 
Roy N. Moon- 
Charl(;s Moorman 
Peggy Pnmshaw 
Tommy Richardson 
Sam Rosso 
Ciene Saucier 
|ohn R. Skates. |r 
Peter K. Stocks 
lames Switzer 
Shelby Thames 
Forrest L). Tucker 
|. Fred Walker 
S.K. Wealherford 
David L. Weriz 
Bryan Acker 
Laila Asmar 
Windy Barker 
Mariann Bauciim 
Paul Baukema 
Norma Rulh Bearden 
Chuck Bridley 



Linda Bush 

James W. C^linlon. |r. 

Patii Cowi-n 

Carole Derise 

Michael F"oster 

{canine doss 

Ann Harrington 

Kenneth H.imld Hayman. |r. 

Mary K.iy Hollow ay 

Bef:ky Howell 

Charles Ray |ackson 

Stephen M Nelson 

Miltie Nim(K;ks 

Ehzabelh | Oates 

Margan-t Odom 

|()el Stone Parker 

Margie Putnam 

Michael Ratliff 

Robert Ru hards 

Lynn Angeliqur Roe 

Robert Sevirr 

Stephanie |. Timms 

Laura Van Norman 

Diane B.nigh Williams 

Beverly Ann Windham 

Robert Brnefieid 



Lambda Sigma 

Sophomore Honorary Society 




RIGHT: Officers are Mary Alice 
Parker, Secretary; Jay Gotten, 
President; Chuck Lindsey, Trea- 
surer; Susan Grews, Vice-Presi- 
dent. MEMBERS: Seated Left to 
right below are Lynn Baggett, 
Jeanie Milstead, Mary Alice 
Parker and Garolyn Peterson. 
Second row, left to right are Ron 
Jordan, Barbara Ross, Advisor; 
Diane Humphries, Kathy Coley, 
Leal Nuttall, Rhet Whitley, Patsy 
Blakeney, Jay Gotten, Tammy 
McCellan, Steve Ratliff, Sandi 
Woolf, Lisa Prince, Crissy Jo 
Savell, Ghuck Lindsey, Susan 
Grews, Angela Magee. 





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Phi Delta Rho 

Senior Women's Leadership Honorary 




LEFT Officers, lef! to right are 
Sandar Muward. Secretar)'. Mar- 
lann Baucum. President: and Mittie 
NimiK-ks; Vice-Presidenl BELOW 
Mi-mbers. left to right are Ucrrith 
Algocwl. Norma Bearden. Sandra 
tioward. Laila Asmar. Elise Walker. 
Lisa Carr. Peggy Allen. Lynn Crier. 
Mariann Baucum. Mary Catherine 
Holluway. Carolyn Chnstian. Linda 
Tubb. Linda Manlhey. Patrice Mon- 
roe. Kan-n llulchins. and Mittie 
Nimocks. 



I 




Nancy Ellen Anderson 
Trina Annette Andrews 
Mary Beth Barclay 
Helene Emory Baria 
Joe Lewis Bearden, Jr. 
Allan Blackman 
Mirian Blake 
Edward Lee Bowen 
Cindy Bracken 
Rebbecca Breeland 
Melanie Brewster 
Randy Brewton 
Marilyn Broome 
Terri Burgess 
Brenda Ladner Byrd 
Timothy C. Byrd 
William Blake Cannon 
Mary Elizabeth Chamoun 
Diane Chandler 
Sharon Clifford 
Kathleen Marie Coley 
Jennifer Lynn Conerly 
James Thomas Cotten 
Lisa A. Craig 
Pamela Crivelli 
Pam Culberson 
Cynthia J. Dale 
Deborah S. Davis 
Nancy Ann Davis 
Sherry Gail Dear 
John Delancey 
Luther Andrew Dews 
Virginia Earwood 
Lourdes Ann Estores 
Scoot Evans 
Karen Sue Fuller 



Alpha Lambda Delta 

Scholastic Honorary Society for Freshman 




Frederick J. Gaston 
Sharon S. Gibbons 
Russell Gillis 
Glenda N. Greenwood 
Denise Yvette Grice 
John A. Griffing 
John E. Hankins 
Ellen Blanche Harris 
Sherry Lee Hays 
Cindy Henningsen 
Kimberly Hoke 
Diane Humphries 
Richard Alan Hurst 
Deolus Husband 
Alice T. Joffroin 
Brenda Jones 
Ronald Jordan 
Kathleen L. Koch 
Garry Duke Kornrumpf 
Teresa Lynn LaBiche 
Jolinda D. Lauderdale 
Nancy Lynn Littlepage 
Debra Lopez 
Leigh Ann Lovell 
Mary M. Loughman 
Janice Lowery 
Dyan Hartzog Martin 
Tammy J. McClellan 
Pamela Joyce McCoy 
Charles McGraw 
Kathleen McGehee 
Jill Noel McMahon 
Robin McNeil 
Virginia E. Milstead 
Rebekah M. Moore 
Susan Mae Murphy 



Officers are Rebekah Moore, Historian; Ron 
Jordan, Treasurer; Jay Cotten, President; 
Diane Humphries, Vice-President; and Ginny 
Milstead, Secretary. 

Patricia Hart Nordan 
Leal Frances Nuttal 
Darienne Oliver 
Mary Alice Parker 
Patty Louise Parkman 
Steven D. Peters 
Elva Zane Poison 
Lisa Gayle Prince 
Wendy Rayburn 
Lisa Karen Robertson 
Sue Robertson 
Donald Paul Sadler 
Clarissa Jo Savell 
Deborah Beech Sherman 
Kathy Shoemake 
Kathy Smith 
Debra Louise Snyder 
Judith Elizabeth Steen 
Berry Dejuan Stroud 
Charles L. Sullivan 
Regina Smith Sumrall 
Jon David Tate 
Sally Temple 
Deborah Faye Tolleson 
Tamara Joan Watson 
Kathy Lynn Weems 
Stuart Wentworth 
Sandra White 
Penelope Anne Whitemore 
Kenneth Williams 
Charlotte Williamson 
Sandra Lynn Woolf 
Elizabeth Worcester 
Maryanne Wright 
David E. Ziegler 
Faith Roxanne Dyson 




Kappa Omicron Phi 



Home Economics Scholastic Honorary 




Suzcllc C;lark. Ixiura Ulig. Shclia 
Whiddon. Kuy Murff. Carolyn 
(Christian. Sandy Fields. Susan 
Taylor. AnKi-ia Watkins. Second 
Kuw: Melinda Dorres. Martha 
(iihson. |udy Niolel. Kathy 
Hrid^is. >lal Horton. Dr. Louella 
Milner. Harry Hodges. Belly 
Dicki-rson. Sylvia Rogers. Teresa 
McMullan. Louise Smilh. and 
Kelly TidweU. 



Kappa Mu Epsilon 




Mathematics 
Honorary 

Society 

Keilh Nrilsnn. Booby Tharsh. 
Sally Loflon. Libbv OsM-alt. 
Brenda Lopez. Simon Doong. 
Melissa Hams. Arlirs Savetl. 
Kay Walkms. Maryarrl Holmes, 
Nancy Pncr. Cary Applogalc. 
Alice E."war\. Virginia Mullins. 
Wally Pyr. Donna Pcarrc. Ed 
Oxford. Vivian Wood. |im Cav- 
rny. Dean Lindcr. David Be- 
lounps. Sieve Dobbin, Pnrirr 
Websler 



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Kappa Kappa Psi 



First Row: Archie Johns, 
Zane Poison, Treasurer; Ly- 
nell Withers, Tommy Moak, 
Chuck Jackson, Greg Doug- 
las, Sargeant-at-Arms; Ken 
Leach, Mike Conway, Mal- 
com Sellers. Second Row: 
Robert Sevier, Jimmy Har- 
rington, President; James 
Hannah, Vice-President; 
Alan Keating, Daniel Wade, 
Kevin Hutchins, Charles Bur- 
gess, Zane Smith, Reece 
Payne, Mike Shallock. 



Honorary 

Band 

Fraternity- 




Honorary 

Band 
Sorority 



First Row: Connie Rushton, 
Bentley Davie, Theresa Hat- 
taway, Kathy Fearing, Kathy 
Hardison, Treasurer; Connie 
Essex, Barbara Henegar, Ka- 
ren Sewell, Carolyn Peterson, 
Jeanne Stewart. Second Row: 
Cindi King, Barbara Moore, 
2nd Vice-President; Becky 
Peevy, Sandy Maranville, 
Angle Sullivan, Wendy Horn, 
1st Vice-President; Cheri 
Coon, President; Parlia- 
mentarian, Tammie Sumrall; 
Mary Alice Parker, Secretary; 
Ann Wheeler, Chrissy Jo Sav- 
ell. Third Row: Debbie Vaug- 
han, Helen Dornbusch, 
Nancy Myers, Andrea Morri- 
son, Judy Nix. 



K 







Tau Beta Sigma 



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Delta Sigma Pi 

Honorary Business Fraternity 




KronI Row: Rickey Moon;. Alnii ("inM'nc. KcMi Cii-olfs. K.indy 
Br()wnin>{, Ohiis Oislrr. Mike P. irks, Tracy Slcwarl, Pam 
Brcaznalc, Ricky Hay«'s, (iary Tlicohald. Waynr ('lordon. Mar- 
cia Sporr>'. Sl(;v»! Myers, Dianni- Nelson, Debbie Tolleson. 
Miirry HiRott, Lea Ann Burke. Back Row: Bill Rayburn, Dr. 
Stan Brooking, Advisor; Melody Collins, Tommy Morris, |ohn 
l.eja, Tony Slamjis, Tim Martin, |ohn Keller, Ken Westbrook, 
C^nrley Sumrall, l.ii(:<is Kinjj, (Mara Oaiisey, |,inice l.akey, Sha- 
ron Bingham, Bert Sch.imber, l.ail.i Asmar. Marvin l.eake. Not 
Pictured: Nancy Clarpenter, Vij:ky Toussainl, Uonald ('..irner. 
Bill Foote. Vicki Stephens. Marvin Butler, Oscar Dukes, Htirry 
Sin){ley, Terri Murrell, Cynde |ames. 



125 




Alpha Epsilon Delta 



Pre-Medical 

Honor 

Society 



FRONT ROW: Hollye 
Mclnnis, Matiel B. Payton, 
Faith Lee, Huda Issa, Marga- 
ret Miller, Dr. B.J. Martin, 
Faculty Advisor; Mike 
Beasley, Vice-President; 
Craig Griffing, Secretary/ 
Treasurer; Jackie Drennan, 
Lisa Smith, Margaret O'Neil, 
Deborah D. Watson, Becky 
McMahan, Historian/Editor. 
SECOND ROW: Elizabeth 
Cates, Teresa Callahan, 
Sammy Cox, Steve Harless, 
David McHenry, Howell 
Crawford, Gibb Raulston, 
Phillip Sykes, Vamal Bu- 
zayan, Dean Stockstill, Mitch 
Guess, Roger Wirtz, Kenny 
Hayman, James Addy, Keith 
Conn, David LeCroy. 




Biological 

Honor 

Society 

FRONT ROW: Becky 
McMahan, Robert Maris, 
Maureen Corcoran, Trea- 
surer; Jeff Reynolds, Secre- 
tary; David Turner, Presi- 
dent. BACK ROW: Cheryl 
Willis, Stuart Patterson, Di- 
ana Wright, Sean White, 
Charles Burgess. NOT PIC- 
TURED: Margaret Miller, 
Vice-President. 




Beta Beta Beta 



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Alpha Epsilon Alpha 




Honorary Accounting Fraternity 



FIRST ROW: Kathy Lewis, Nancy Smith, Anil.i Gurney. Secretary: Nancy Carpentur. Brrnda Galinn. Mary White. Innelle Crane. Randy 
luckson, TnM.surtT. SECOND ROW: Doniild Summers. Jesse Mosley. Mike Am.icker. Suzanne Botls. M.irth.i Thomas. Gary Theobald. Laila 
Asmar. THIRD ROW: |erry Deas. lames Helanrey. Bud Trussell. |ohn Keller. Sharon Binxham. Karoi Weeks FOURTH ROW Lmda Stanis- 
zewski. Vice Pn'sident; William Ellzey, Michael Marascaleo. Quinlon Kidd. Tollie Pettis. Chuck Bndley. President; Bickie Tnussaint 
FIFTH ROW: Stanley Carpenter, Advisor; Melody Collins, Mary Schloltman. 



IFSEA 



International 

Food 

Service 

Executives 

Association 



Front Row: Sheila Whiddon, 
Kathy Bridges, Rachael Gabr- 
ich, Judy Niolet, Carolyn 
Christian. Second Row: Su- 
san Godwin, Ruth Flautt, 
Ginger Earwood, Diane Page, 
Claudia Spence, Kay Murff, 
Darlene Buchanan, Cheryl 
Kushner. Third Row: Hal 
Horton, Chester Smith, Rick 
Cox, Lee Martineau, Mike 
Tarleton, Harry Hodges, Joey 
Mutter, Don Falgoust, James 
Hale. 




Front Row, Frank Pescatore, 
Lindsay Stewart, Greg Tyra, 
Kathy Maladnich, Dan Sun- 
deen. Second Row; Paul Doo- 
ley, Pat Phillips, Debbie 
Baker, David Hancock, Steve 
Womack, Third Row: Bryan 
Norvell, Rita Eubanks, Re- 
gina D'Amico, Eddie Floyd, 
Mike Wright. Fourth Row: 
Anne Malone, Larry Hite, 
Steve Wixon. 




DEPARTMENTAL 




Southern Geological Society 



m 



Home Economics Club 




MIIMHKRS: First Row: Beth Yranrr. Suscllf C:iark. Drblnr S.-II.ts, M.inr 
ll.irriiij{ti)n. F'iuilii Smith, |iinf Dnlin. (^hiirlrne CIricr. (-«)ry Ncilcn. Charlutlc 
li'mi^jiin, l.t-ah Rich.irils, C'linny MilstiMcl, Lonisf Smith. Shrlia Pirrce, Cliinly 
Crumpton. Scc.omI Row: Kalhlccn M(:C"ifh»"i\ Sandy Firliis. l.ynnr Knotts. 
Martha ("lihson. (larolyii (Christian. Carrn Sibley. An^ii" Watkins. Tammy 
McOonaUI. Dawn Wat.son. Minnie Smith. Kelly Tidwell. Betty fiickerson. 
Kathy (^iejjlo, Pebi C;ook. Nancy Baker. Sarah Pilalo. Evelyn Holley. Dana 
Halhorn. Third Row: Suzanne Stephens. Michelle Fausnau^jh. Laurel Uhlig. 
Sharon Krieson. Beth Sanders. Marcia Breakfield. Cmdy Richarvlson. Nancy 
Dunn. Daphne Long. Karin Bollen. Felecia Lippincott. Alyce Alien. Chen 
Smith, Amy Barker. Fourth Row: Durrcll Smith. Susan Spencer and Alice 



Whitley (IFFICKRS Front Row. Susette Clark. Commitlw Chairprr&on. 
Kathlwn McCehee. Vire-Pre.sidenl. Bubble Tallry. Pn-sulenl. K-ithy CktjI" 
("ommitlee (Chairperson. Beth Yeajier. Treasurer. Darrrll Smith. {'«imm.;'. . 
(;hairp«^rson; Martha Cibson. Secn'tarj-; Sandy Fields. Reporter. Drhi ( ► 
(Committee (Chairperson; Debbie Sellers. Student Alumni Reprevnt.r w 
Mariann Baucum. Student Member Section VicePresidrnl o( the Mismn 
sippi Home Economics Associaluin INDIVIDl'.AL PHOTOS Top Lynnr 
Knotts. Southeast District Student Member Section Prrsidenl of the Missis- 
sippi Home Economics Association and Bottom Manann Baucum. Studrni 
Member Section Vice-President of the Mississippi Home Economics 
Association. 



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Honors Student Association 



Front Row: Martha Hol- 
loway, Johnny "Jaws" Pryor, 
Chairman. Second Row: Juha 
Guernsey, Greg Wolfkeil, 
Mary Kay Holloway, Vice- 
President; Kenneth Wesley, 
Stephanie Kilbourn, Cynthia 
Mulford. Back Row: Jay Cot- 
ten, Jeff Fowler, James Bar- 
rett, Byron Click, President; 
Clotee Lang, Brooks Senter, 
Mitch Krell. 




Criminal 

Justice 

Association 



First Row: Sandra Ward, 
Mary Norris, Bill Taylor, 
Joyce Coggins, Mike Whitley. 
Second Row: Darryl Hurt, 
Lisa Brown, Gina Saucier, 
Terry Friebert. Third Row: 
Fred Bates, Steve Tipton, 
Randy McCee. Not Pictured: 
Steve Miller. 





Lambda Alpha Epsilon 



Library Science Student Association 







Kmni Row: |udy Cox. MdrRarci 
C Farrell. Kay Bailey. Rhonda 
ire. |oe Tyncs. Back Row 
trma Faye Dickson. Linda 
Willis. Cunnie Crosby. Rachi-I 
Jordan. Andrt-w Brcland. |essii 
Eck. Mar>' Ellen Tipper. 




Student 

Nurses 

Association 

of Southern 
Mississippi 

Kin.1 Row. M.in.innr Min«.hrw. 
Rrcordinx Secretary. Dorcne 
Mct^eod. Diane Barloo Gold- 
smith. Advisor: Mary Ann 
Klorio. Pnfojy Louf{hnd)(e. 0«> 
nagh Currie Second Row 
Deirdn* Adams. Vice-Presideni 
Mary Nmon. Presidrnl. .Ann 
Little. Treasurer Tom Meyers 
Standing: Mar>' |ane Hutchison. 
C>eorge Karrcll. Afsislani 
Advisor. 



SNASM 



Student Speech and Hearing Association 



First Row: Lynn Grant, Alice 
Zemp, Lisa Reeves, Janie 
Richart, Wendy Miller, 
Brenda Martin, Joyce Bates, 
Jean Lehmann, unidentified, 
Diane Stone, Carol Parker. 
Second Row: Peggy Walker, 
Terri Huffman, Terri Case, 
unidentified, Patty Spratley, 
Donna Simmons, Caroline 
Royal, Dawn German, Lisa 
Reid. Third Row: Donna Seal, 
Martha Vaughn, Patricia 
Stone, Tracy Rauhe, Debbie 
Moore, Cynthia Walker, 
Joyce Wilson, Mary Beth Fes- 
mire, David Illich. 




Front Row: Sam Soukup, 
Babs Wigginton, Rhonda 
Rhinehart, Matilda Ogden, 
Sara Welborn, Ralph Tedder, 
Anita Layton, Sandy Chap- 
man, Johnny Lopez, Robin 
Wilson, Steve Parham, Jim 
Waldrup, Mark Conley, Paul 
Jabour. Back Row: Kent Rin- 
dfleisch. Advisor; James Wil- 
liams, Claudia Ladner, Cindy 
McCall, Debbie Hardee, Re- 
gina Francise, Freddie Grant. 
Not Pictured: Ennis Denham, 
Belinda McGinnis, Steve 
Reaves, Dee Dee Smith, 
George Cornelson, Kelton 
Lowery, Ruth White, Linda 
Disbrow, Alton Hamilton. 




USM Parks and Recreation Club 



Mu Phi Epsilon 




Seiited: Gar)' CJrdVe». Trea- 
surer. Slandint;: Sandra 
Hayes. Vice-Presidi-nl: Becky 
Tale, Recurdinf; Si-crelary: 
Teresa Ir\'in)(. Chaplain. Deb- 
bie Davis. Corresponding 
Secretary: Francis Leach. 
Warden: jocllen Brooks. 
President: Rila Dieverl. 
Chorister. 




Professional 
Men's Music 
Fraternity 



First Row. Carolyn Peterson. 
Little Sister. Doodle Dennis. 
President: Sandra Hays. 
Little Sister. Craig Hamilton. 
Teresa IrNing. Little Sister. 
David Carlson. Mark Laird. 
Parliamentarian: David 
C!unn. Helen Dornbusch. 
Sweetheart: Mike I^ird. Sec- 
r»'tar> Second Row: Chuck 
Jackson. Vice-President; 
Ijjrry Clements Third Row. 
ken Leach. Alumni Secrr- 
lar>-: Earl Mounger. Fourth 
Row Robert Seaver. Danny 
McDade. Creg Douglas. Fifth 
Row: Ricky Reeves. Ernie 
C"hflffin. |ohn Comnachione, 
Treasun-r Sixth Row James 
Hannah. Daniel Wade. 



Phi Mu Alpha "Sinfonia" 



Phi Beta Lambda 




Business Fraternity 

FRONT ROW: Tim Wallis; Steve Lucius, Vice President; Jerianna 
Mayfield; Kathy Smith; Kernan Crawford; Barbara Hurst; Sandy 
Crandall; Pam Hill; Perri Creel, Treasurer; Tim Wilson, National Vice 
President, Southern Region Lisa Taylor, Secretary; Randy Robinson; 
Mark Mills. BACK ROW: Danny Bush; Mamie Edwards; Cynthia 
Cole; Toni Stiglet; Gayle Fleming; Photographer; Becky Bass; Carmie 
Kerr; Joan Adams; Judy Butler; Leah Case; Cassandra Bender; Eliza- 
beth McKenzie; Robin Robinson; Lillie Williams; Quintin Kidd; Presi- 
dent; Lucy Manuel; Bobby Stanfill, Reporter. 



Phi Chi Theta 



■iim;jf:xaii\"i.r-:.^: 




Women's 



Business 



Fraternity 



FRONT RCJW Btnlliy Da- 
vir. PrL-sidi-nl: Khdki Halpin. 
(^(irrvspondinx Sc-cri-lar)'; Ne- 
fissii Robinsun. Mislonan: 
Kdlhy Crevl. Rush Chairman: 
Carmie Ktrr SECOND 
ROW: Dunna Fn^'man; Ce- 
[ii-vd Cayles. |amie Williams: 
Judy UAnjjelo; Nellie Henr>': 
Annie lean Thomas. Rena 
K.uh. Joyce Parks. BACK 
KOW: Carrie Edwards: )udy 
Butler Linda Slewart: Eliza- 
beth Johnson: Tara Sinopoli; 
Donna F^wards. Can Sla- 
mans: Carrie Sphinx: Gayle 
Manning: Debra Spell: Dr. 
Colleen Cdnieron 




FRONT ROW John |iiS4 ph 
McAllister. President. Tara 
Sinopoli. Secretary: Annette 
Cinlgran. Treasurer: Paul 
Douglas. Vice President of 
Programs: Frank Swindle. 
Vice PnsidenI of Member- 
ship. BACK ROW Robert 
Booihe, Faculty Advisor; 
Scott Shearer. AiLsislant Vice 
President of Pn>grams. Rir.k 
Ward. Viw President. Dan 
Ball. Vice Prt-sident of Pub- 
licity: jim Crews: Rob 
Adams: Glenn Travis. 




Society for the Advancement of Management 



Student Broadcasters Association 

\ \ 1 1 Mrw^-fili 




FRONT ROW: Namon Harris; Larry Buckley. SEC- 
OND ROW: Joe Lanford; Ron Matthews, Dr. Robert 
C§de, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Susan Anderson; 
Brian Bedell; Benita Magee. FOURTH ROW: Steve 
Spillman; Wayne Ammons; John Welsch; Jeff Ever- 
ett. BACK ROW: Chuck Rooke; Chalford Ladner; 
Robert Lynch, President; Joe Chielewski; Robert 
Brown. NOT PICTURED: John Allen, Louis Beverly, 
Kevin Brislin, Marilyn Broome, Ashly Butler, David 
Clark, Laura Hiatt, Brenda Hughes, Mary Johns, An- 
gela Jones, Amanda Powell, Krista Yelverton. 



Botegha 




Architecture 
Fraternity 



FRONT ROW: Russell Robinson: 
Larry Harrington: Cathy 
Broome, Treasurer: Candy Jel- 
lenc, Reporter-Historian: Janet 
Walker; Janice Lowery: Greg 
Hinton: Liz Campbell, Secretary: 
Ricky Smith: Kathy Ware: Mi- 
chael English: Don Rutledge: 
Andy Alford: Lloyd Shubert. 
President: Ysidro Salinas, Advi- 
sor. BACK ROW: Wilkie Brown. 
Vice President: Steve Collins: 
Vince Passero: Jody Coleman: 
Peter Metts: Kimmy Jackson; 
Marvin White: Terr\' Zimmer- 
man; Shawn Romine: Glen 
Burnham. 




FRONT ROW: Dr. James Young, 
AlC: Kim Loonan; David Guillot, 
President: Jo Lunan, Liason; 
Richard Lambert; Ted Tillman: 
Alan Watts: Bruce Jenkins; 
Jimmv Jenkins: Kellv McKinnis. 
SECOND ROW: David 
Marcham; Allan Rutlidge: Rita 
Haley: Jan Pierce: Steve Poin- 
dexter: Ricky Green: Steve 
McNulty: Keith Marbury, Trea- 
surer; Jack Williams: Cecil 
Wolfe. THIRD ROW: Ed Pre- 
ndergast: John Lovelace, Vice 
President: Ken Hansing; Al 
McGowen: Peter Saia, Secretary. 



Student Constructors 



137 



Society of Physics Students 




FRONT ROW: Dean Linder, 
President; Tim Cox, Lisa Gul- 
lett, Secretary; Eddie Cran- 
ford, Tommy Smith, Vice- 
President. BACK ROW: Ke- 
vin Schexnayder, Liu Feng- 
Shyang. Ivy Spencer, Dr. 
Grayson Rayborn. 



Eugene Jackson, Daniel Page, 
David Entrikien, Keith Ger- 
ald, Paul Baukema, Dr. R.D. 
Hester, Advisor, Jimmy 
Mays, Kathy Sellstron, Jeff 
Lindner, Kim Walton, Aaron 
Puckett, Hai Tran. 




Society of Polymer Scientists 



138 



AFROTC 

Leadership Training 
Organization 



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LEFT: Capt. Richard T 
Lagcusc. LTO Advisor. 
Harold Bullock. Becky 
Hartjf;. Kalhy Berry. Carol 
Adams. Richard Murphy. 
Dani(?l Thelen. Michael 
Aldridge. Patrick Neal. 
Mary Phillips. Phyllis 
Krag. Robert Stewart. Ka- 
ren Luckett. BELOW: 
Dalphne Henson. Janet 
Brown. Felecia Conner. 
Patricia Murphy. Sharlene 
Chastain. Becky Hartje. 
[oan Katzmeyer. Mary 
Phillips. Debra Thelen. 
Julie Dunnam. 




Angel Flight 



Arnold Air Society ^ 



Harold Bullock, Tracy Bar- 
ham, Aurelia Smith, Jo Hale, 
Vanessa Lindsay, Thomas 
Schrader, Major Bradley, 
AAS Advisor; Rita Nobles, 
Victoria Coffren, Judy 
McGee, Kathleen Berry, Jeff 
Garner. Danny Coats, Bruce 
Jones, Charles Cannon, James 
Jay, John Murphy, Timothy 
Sumrall, James Graham, Ron- 
ald Gutherie, Steve Distatio, 
Richard Davis, James Wil- 
liamson, William McCann, 
Thomas Lennep, Michael 
Parker, James Crews, Carroll 
Palmore, Jimmy Bridges, 
Ronald Chatman, Jerry Dean, 
Michael Aldridge, Brian 
Saucier. 

James Jay, Aurelia Smith, 
Thomas Schrader, Ricky 
Adams, Jimmy Bridges, 
Jerry Dean, Jeffery Gar- 
ner, William Crisler, Pat- 
rick Kelly, Bruce Jones, 
James Graham, Steve Dis- 
tatio, Judy McGee, Brian 
Saucier, Carroll Palmore, 
Gary Pace, Charles Can- 
non, Ronald Guthrie, 
Richard Davis, Michael 
Parker. 




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Senior Class 



140 




Ssgt. Bernard A. Deisler. 
Ssgt. John T. Vamos, Ssgt. 
William I. Danner. 



Captain Richard T. Lageose 



Captain Charles E. Daugherty 



Major Donald O. Bradley, Jr. 



Lt. Colonel 
McCracken, Jr. 



Hugh D. 




Ssgt. William J. Danner, 
Capt. Richard T. Lageose. 
Major Donald D. Bradley. 
Jr.. Lt. Col. Hugh D. 
McCracken Jr., Capt. 
Charles E. Daugherty. 
Ssgt. Bernard A. Deisler. 
Ssgt. John T. Vamos. 



USM Rangers 



Army 
ROTC 

FRONT ROW: Jonny Smith. 
Bryan Campbell, Bob Jack- 
son, Sgt. Paul Sanford. SEC- 
OND ROW: Tad Bourne, Da- 
vid Underwood, Rosemary 
Walker, Mike Thorne, John 
Laird, David Dry, Mike 
Spight. THIRD ROW: Mak 
Korte, Mac Gibbons, Richard 
Crossley, L.D. Barron, Harold 
Robertson, David Ziegler, 
Larry Buckley 



FRONT ROW: MAJ Byron W. 
White, COL Ambrose A. 
Szalwinski, Mrs. Louise 
Brown, CPT Ronald E. Reed, 
Mrs. Ott Wells, CPT Willie E. 
Ritter. SECOND ROW: SFC 
Roger G, Carlton, CAPT Carl 
H. Lane, SGM, Wiley R. 
Whitworth, SSG Douglas C. 
Alford. THIRD ROW: SSG 
Robert Salinas, Jr., SGT Paul 
T. Sanford, SSG John E. 
Bligh, SFC (P) Ira D. 
Chambers. 





Cadre and Staff 



Drill Team 




John E. Bligh. SSG. Cadre 
Advisor; Frances Passero. 
Cadet SFC: Beverly Smith, 
Cadet ISG: Larry Atlow, Ca- 
det SOT: Gary M. Thome. 
Cadet CPT: Gerald Nelson. 
Cadet SSG: Rogert L. jack- 
son. Cadet CPT: |ohn Qui- 
ntinni, Cadet SGT. 



Rick Roberts. Mike Thorne. 
Frances Passero. John Qui- 
ntini. Kathy Dillon. Beverly 
Smith. Robert |ackson. Ger- 
ald Nelson. Rosemary 
Walker. William Bourne. 
|onny Smith. Michael Spight. 
Bryan Campbell. Richard 
Crossley, David Undervvood. 
)ohn Laird. 



Scabbard and Blade 



Smallbore Rifle Team 



John H. Garner, Cathy Pod- 
lin, Coach Sgt. Sahnas, Lyle 
Hill, Fred Gargiulo, Captain; 
Not Pictured: Coach Sgt. Paul 
Sanford. Tom Wedding, Cary 
Hilton. 




FRONT ROW: Perry Hilton, 
Debbie Stylers, Pam McCoy, 
Karen )anet, Mark Robinson, 
Charles Sanders. BACK 
ROW; Michael Spight, Rich- 
ard Crossley, Johnny Smith, 
Bryan Campbell, Peter Craig, 
David Zeigler, Rosemary 
Walker. 




Orienteering Team 



Del Surs 




Deborah Barnes. Liz Camp- 
bell, Wadena Moak. )oyce 
Russell. Ginger Malley. Wa- 
dena Moak. Cynthia Cooper, 
Pam McCoy. Teresa Wilson. 
Judy Nix. Tracey Guy. Car- 
olyn McNair, Lisa Stevens, 
Pam D. McCoy, Virginia Wil- 
son. Ann Healon. Mary Kay 
Holloway, Dayle Davis. Sha- 
ron Bush. Rita Petermann, 
Angela Estrada, Denise 
Fleming. 









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Associated Student Body 




Executive Cabinet 

First Row Seated: Virgie Stewart, Publications Editor; 
Mark McNally, Director of Justice; Wanda Fairley, Trea- 
surer. Second Row Seated; Bob Benefield, Election Com- 
missioner; Mike Foster, Vice-President; John Keller, Associ- 
ate Director of Student Services; Joe Paul, ASB Advisor. 
Third Row Standing: Jim Borsig, ASB President; Margie 
Putnam, Spirit Director; Jim Stephens, Associate Attorney 
General; Chuck Lindsey, Director of Student Services; Roy 
Moore, University Relations; Jay Binder, RHC President; 
Chris Crisler, Director of Committee of 82; Cindy Noble, 
Director of Miss Southern Pageant; Sandi Wolfe, Senate- 
Cabinet Secretary; Karen Jobe, Secretary; Jeffery Harris, 
Director of Public Information. Not Pictured: Richard 
Crossley, Director of University Relations. 




Senate 




Front Row: Ken Stribling, Johnny Candy, Elizab(;th 
Pearcc, Hannah Eubanks, Donna Hammol, Leah Rich- 
ards, Renee Peepers, Charles Burgc^ss, Carl Brewer, 
Sand! Woolf. Second Row: Roger Dubose, Becky Du- 
vall, Shawn Bates, Casey Gessner, Angle Manguno, 
Wanda Woodall, Angela Lee, |anie Richart, Robin 
Cooke, Sherri Hilyer, Robert Lynch, Nancy Knight, 
Nancy Hendricks. Back Row: Mike Foste^r, Mike 
Amacker. 



John Howell, Bryan Acker, Janet 
Wells, Jay Gotten, Walter 
Palmer. 



ASB Supreme Court i 




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ASB Justice Court 

Steve Lucius, Becky Brown, Chief Justice; Steve Peters. 


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Residence Hall Council 




First Row: Julie Ziegler, Dorothy Renard, Gracie Bonds, 
Janice Lowery, Kay Coker, Sheri Lyons, Mary Ann 
Florio, Sherri Hanson. Second Row: Lori Morgan, Becky 
Arringfon, Liz Campbell, Pam Bass, Dawn Quarles, Bill 
Knox, Chris Seal, Kelvin Mathews, Mirium Shipley, 
Sheila Pearce. Third Row: Becky Blocker, Terri Searcy, 
Diane Brown, Carl Bates, Bridget Dabkowski, Jim Bor- 
sig, Teresa Wilson, Jay Binder, Melanie Robinson, Linda 
Stewart, Susan Crews. Fourth Row: Lisa Sanders, 
Stacie Rehmann, Ruth Thurber, Becky Hartje, Bunnie 
Humphries, Mary Mihalik, Diane Page. Fifth Row: Pam 
Stribling, Susan Davenport, Marie Vinson, Debbie 
Stone, John Bless, John Bless, John Howell, Vivian 
Smith, Rick Galle, Brenda Patterson, Kevin Cooley, 
Pam Carroll, Bob Kivetz, Dr. Berengher Brechtel. 




Southern Style 

Official Host and Hostess Group of USM 



MEMBERS: Left, top to bottom; Mittie Ni- 
mocks, Angle Manguno, Ellen Riley, Jill 
Warren, Kim Morris, Martha Fortenberry, 
Gracie Bonds, Lisa Prince, Pam Stribling, 
Right, top to bottom; Hal Horton, Harry 
Hodges, Bruce Lang, Tim Folse, John 
Parker, Bobby Dallas, Ken Leach, Chris 
Crisler, and Pat Kelley. 



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ABOVE: Southern Style Officers are Bobby Dallas; 
President, Martha Fortenberry; Secretary, and Chris 
Crisler; Publicity Director. Not Pictured; Cindy Cain, 
Vice-President 




Phi Theta Kappa Alpha of Mississippi 
Junior College Honorary Scholastic Alumni Association 



LEFT: (JIfiLcrs for Alpha of Mississippi are Larry 
McDoriiild, President; Saad El Murr. Treasurer: Russell 
Ray, Advisor, Pamela Siribling, S(;cr(;tary: Ron Longsdorf. 
Vice-President: and Gracit; Bonds. Publicity. BELOW: 
(Chapter Leaders are Ken Rushing, Ken Rushing, Dwighl 
Douthit, Lance Hoggat, William Barrett, Joyce Besant, Deb- 
bie Ritchie;, Jim Lane, Sue Savell, Nancy Towne. MEM- 
BERS: Walter Bnskeen, Lance Hoggat. John Gibbs, Jim 
Lane, Ron Longsdorf, Larry McDonald, Dwight Douthit. 
Saad El Murr, Ken Rushing. Billy Edwards, Tommy Hil 
William Barrett, William Richards, Russell Ray. Clare Hub- 
bard. Faith Lee. Jana Bruce. Nancy Towne. Susan Thomas. 
Darienc McMillan. Roma Reeves, Ann Heaton, Laura Pi- 
talo. Julie- Parsons. Pam Stribling, Sherry Vance, Sue Sav- 
Gracie Bonds, Debbie Ritchie, Lisa Reid, Susan 
Robertson. 




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151 



Southerner 



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Front Row: Dwight Douthit, Assistant Editor; 
Mary Douglas, Judy Po{je, Tracey Creel, Vicki 
Wilson, Donna Giles. Back Row: Burt Knight, 
Diane Humphries, Laura Pitalo, Harry 
Hodges, Editor; Beth Paul, Jennifer Jackson, 
Judy Burchfield, Kitty McElroy Chuck Cook. 



Student Printz 




First Row: Barbara Bruce, Becca Johnson, 
Kathie Koch, Diana Chandler. Second Row: 
Bill Sumrall, Sue Shearer, Executive Editor; 
Mittie Nimocks, Wayne Stroupe, Becky 
Brown, Scott Boyd. Third Row: Lyle Hill, Par- 
nell McKay, Tim Farrell, Wayne Hardy, Lloyd 
Chiasson, Carl Bates. 



USM Golden Girls 



Golden 



Eagle Football Beoruiters 




p« .„„. Na„c, S- F^ncis t-,^-"/ «-S, 

Howid Third Row^ Su.y Pelmo"; K'»y ^bbie 

Knox Karol lordan. N"'"" f 'f * pme, lo EUe Majure. Gad 
S°bo,ough, ludy G-«;*"i':I £ Debbie Poole D,u,- 
SaSr,! S':!^"^' Md. Micbede Dea.e„po«. 



Seven Jewels Study Club 




First Row: Ernie Watson, Joyce 
Hayes, Sadie R(!(Jmond, Benita 
Ferdinand, Marie Cochran, 
Carlis Andrews, Wilbur Hardy. 
Linda Burnett, Peggy Thomp- 
kins. Merna Titus, Ester Phipps. 
Second Row: Johnny Smith, 
Judy Jones, Larry Anderson. 
Diane Barnes, Kevin Cooley, 
Genelle Magee, Larry Burton. 
Sandra Howard, Rudy Bell. Deb- 
bie Hendricks, Jeannine Evans, 
Willie DeWayne Hinton, Charles 
Goldsmith. Third Row: Larry 
Hinton, Br>'an Ervin Acker. Mi- 
chael Gilner. Michael Holmes, 
Perry Magee. Genelle Walker. 
L.D. Barron. Ernest Keys. Jack 
Crossley. Kenneth Fairiey. Ron- 
ald Taylor. 



First Row: Patsy Shealey. Cindy 
Dale. Gail Kowrach. Karen 
Thomas. Donna Hamel. Step- 
hanie Lott. Julia Talbert. Caren 
Sibley. Second Row: Francis Pit- 
tman. Kathy Sotile. Sandra Cur- 
rie. Lisa Mason. Darlene Jones. 
Helen Haddock. Laurie Stringer. 
Kathy Coley. Judy Ring. Third 
Row: Ginny Milstead. Denise 
Fleming. Joan Sturdivant. Tootie 
Heil. Kay Hutto. Dolly Hughes, 
Torri Weathersby. Becky Ama- 
cker. Susan Vaughn. Darlene 
Purser. Fourth Row: Steffani 
Polk. Alison Ballew. Kenny Hay- 
man. Mike Amacker. Angle Lam- 
mons. Robert Lynch. 



Collegiate Civitans 



155 



University 
Activities Council UQC 




OFFICERS: Mike Robinson, 
Non-Music Chairman; Steve 
Ratliff, Advertising Chair- 
man; Wayne Ammons, Music 
Chairman; Mary Kergosein, 
Secretary; Chuck Bridley, 
President. 

MEMBERS: Front row: Kay- 
sia Grosscup, John Read, 
Steve Abdella, Pam Brea- 
zeale, Lisa Krohn, Lori John- 
son, Eddie Eagle, Mary Ker- 
gosein, Karen Chatam. 
Middle row: Joe Paul, Advi- 
sor; Mike Cupit, Alvin Lad- 
ner, Steve Johnson, Janet 
Harvey, Wayne Ammons, 
Monica Jordan, Don Brown- 
ing, Felicia Lynn, Alan Van- 
derheiden, Steve Ratliff, 
Mike Robinson, Susan 
Crews, Carl Bates, Chuck 
Bridley. Back Row: Ginny 
Milstead, Randy BisseO, Ka- 
ren Richards, Rebecca 
Weathers, Barbie Biddix, 
Sammy Green, Jackie Brown. 






157 



Alpha Phi Omega 

Service Fraternity 



BELOW: Warren Dunn, Berengher Brechtel, Gale Dicker- 
son, Advisors. RIGHT: Front Row: Linda Manthey, Vice 
President; Keith Conn, President; Martha Gibson, Trea- 
surer; Hal Horton, Pledge Trainer. MEMBERS: Front Row: 
Wanda Woodall, John Laird, Regina Martin, Mary Kay 
Holmes, George Bachmann, Amy Spirals, Kim Freeman, 
Carlette Woods, Debbie Sellers, Iris Strickland. 




158 



Photo Service 




FRONT ROW: Vaughn Wilson, Robert Phillips, An- 
thony Curtis. BACK ROW: Lisa Reid, Roncia Holder, 
Peggy Meadows, Jeannie Palmer. 



Student Religious Federation 



Front Row: Vic DuBose, Roy 
Moore, Mary Delle Woodruff, 
Chandra Fussell, Janet McCrate. 
Second Row: Laura Jaudon, 
Francis Wilson, Danny Havard, 
Beverly Windham, Shown Bates, 
Rodney Baum, Joe Ranager. 




Religious 

Honorary 

Society 

Danny Montgomery, Faculty Ad- 
visor; Jim Robertson, Cecelia 
Burks, Vic DuBose, Janet 
McCrate, Keith Conn, David 
LeCroy. 




Pi Tau Chi 



RELIGIOUS 




Newman Club 



Catholic 
Student 
Organization 




■VWIWWKi 



Newman Officers (LEFT)- 
Standing: Cynthia Boroshy. 
Secretary; Father Pat 
O'Shaughnessy, Conrad 
Johnson, Chaplain; Dr. B. 
Brechtel, Advisor; Joe Meeks. 
Vice-President of Activities: 
Dr. Becky Brechtel, Advisor. 
Sitting: Janet McCrate, Presi- 
dent: Cathy Carucci, Gradu- 
ate Advisor. Not pictured: 
Nancy Szalwinski, Vice-Pres- 
ident of Service. Members 
(BELOW)-First Row: Faye 
Saucier, Barry McPhail, Cy- 
nthia Borosky, Susan Daven- 
port, Regina Francise. Second 
Row: Darlene Ross, Francisco 
Naar, Berengher Brechtel. Fa- 
ther Pat O'Shaughnessy, Ja- 
net McCrate, Martha Loftus. 
Hannah Guilotte, Susan Best. 
Father Joe Delitussa, Becky 
Brechtel. Third Row: Stan 
Bookout, Cathy Carucci, 
Cindy Brown, Consuelo 
Moreno. Cindy O'Neill, 
Brenda Gatian, Cindy Sarr's. 
Debbie Ouille, Yvonne Bu- 
chanan. Barbara Taylor, Joe 
Ziemanski, Francisco Naar. 
Fourth Row: Joe Loftus. Greg 
Douglas, Conrad Johnson, 
Carrie Compton, Eugene 
Jackson, Joe Meeks. Ted Til- 
lman, Mike Vogel, Fred Fin- 
negan, Joe Ziemianski. 




W^esley Foundation 



Front Row: Becky Stevens, Sara 
Evans, Pam Smith, Melora Furr, 
Lisa Smith, Susan Delmas, Lisa 
Jopes. Back Row: Joe Landrum, 
Paul Baukenna, Joe Ranager, 
Tom Pace, Tommy Steadman, 
Mike Gandy. 

Methodist 

Students 

Organization 




Front Row: Peggy Ishee, Rhonda 
Staples, Anthony Simmons, Viv- 
ian Lee, Janet Mayhall. Back 
Row: Byron Click, Daryl Coats, 
Louie Farmer, Melvin Smith. 




Baptist Student Union 



162 



Afro-American Cultural Society 




Beverly Adams, Bryan Acker, Election Commission(;r; Charlotte Af- 
ford, Bettye Amos, Zachary Beasley, Ruby Bell, Bruce Bethley, Pub- 
licity Chairman; Marilyn Bradley, Vincent Bradley, [immy Bridges, 
Chuck Brown, Frank Brown, Mary Ann Carter, Natalie Chambers, 
Cynthia Anita Cole, Jack Coleman, Steve Collins, Kernan Crawford, 
Richard Crossley, Vice-President; Andre N. Dean, Wtindy Drake, 
Bennie Edwards, Donna K. Edwards, Linda Epps, )eannine Evans. 
Mark Evans, Maggie G. Foster, Deborah Franklin, Dwight Gaines, Ge- 
neva Gayles, Kimberly M. Green, William Guy. Chaplain: |oyce 
Hayes, Nellie Henry, Homer Hill, Ben Hinton, Deborah Hinton, Larry 
E. Hinton, Michael A. Holmes, Patricia Howard, Floyd Hughes, 
Rubyc Jean Jackson, Dennis James, Sandra Jenneney, Glynn Lee, Car- 
olyn Lewis, James H. Lockett, Genelle Magee. Gail Manning. Lucy M. 
Manuel, Beverly Mason, Terrell May, Lloyd Miller, Essex J. Miskel. 
Gwendolyn Mock, Coc Eric McCoy, Sandra McCuUum, Terry 
McCullum, Ethel Ree McCullum, Jennifer McDonald, Audrey 
McEwen, Brenda McWilliams, Kenneth O'Quinn, Matiel Payton, Es- 
ther Phipps, Eric Lynn Porter, Flammond A. Quinn. Sheila Ramsey, 
Brenda Randall, Nadean Randle, Jacqueline Kay Redd, Sadie Red- 
mond, Pat Richardson, Mark Robinson, Vivian Rouzec, Juanita Rus- 
sell, Belva Seals, Secretary; Ricky Shaw, Tim Shelton, Mery Genise 
Shine, Cynthia Simmons, Anthony Smith, Donald Smith. Johnny L. 
Smith, President; Cheryl Spenser, Cultural Chairman; Annie Jean 
Thomas, Lillie Walker, Deborah Watson, Jerry Wells, Gwendolyn 
White, Randy White, Michael A. Woodall, Beverly Barksdale, Advi- 
sor; Kenneth Fairley, Advisor. 




SPECIAL INTERESTS 





USM Gymnastics Club 



FRONT ROW: Lisa Irwin, 
Deidre Adams, Sally Hill, 
Lisa Bodin, Mary Ann 
Hooker. BACK ROW: Sherry 
Lambert, Patricia McCoy, 
Coach Peggy Coster. 




FRONT ROW: Fran Glasco, 
President; "Silky", Cliff Tis- 
sue. SECOND ROW: Frank 
McDunnah, Public Relations; 
Sharon Bush, Public Rela- 
tions; Barbie Biddix, Secre- 
tary/Treasurer; Patti 
McMaster, Candy Jellenc, 
Vice-President. THIRD 
ROW: John Freeman, Gary 
Valestro, Leigh Brown, Fac- 
ulty Advisor; John Coleman, 
Warren Gardner, James Belle 
Ishe. 




USM Scuba Club 



164 



USM Bowling Team 




SEATED: Paula Berry, Mitzi Smith, Kathy Pizzetfa, Vicki Schmersahl. STANDING: Tim Mizell. Wayne Scarborough. |ames Locketl. Scott 
Hopper, Barry Barlow, Jim Rapisey, Coach; and Donna Giles. Advisor. NOT PICTURED: Billy Iluckabee. Jim Gunkel. Malt Hodjje. Rhond.i 
Mitchell, Darrell Hickman, Pam Proctor. 




Adult Student Organization 



Mary Jo High, Dan DenBley- 
ker, Karin DenBleyker, Anne 
Jordan, Associate Dean Of 
Women; Mike Romeo, Fac- 
ulty Advisor; Fedwa Rahaim, 
Vice-President; John Foster, 
Frances Millis, Ray 
Applewhite. 




FRONT ROW: Beth Paul, Bill 
Gilmore, Steve Miller, Janet 
McCrate. BACK ROW: Mr. 
Lawrence Albers, Faculty 
Advisor; Jay Gotten, Diane 
Humphries, Mark McNally, 
and Dr. Roger Hester. 




College Republicans 



166 



Young Democrats 




Harry Hodges, Martha Forlenberry, Burt Knight, Susan Saulters, Keith Westmoreland and Dwight Douthit. NOT SHOWN: Libby Oswalt, 
Sherry Pittman, John Laird, Dan Northrup, and Carl Brewer. 



Interfraternity Council 



LEFT— Standing; Dean Brechtel, 
Advisor; Mike Regenold, Trea- 
surer; Chad Carroll, Secretary; 
Mike Goodwin, Vice-President. 
Seated: Bob Richards, President. 
BELOW-Front Row: Roy Wack, 
Brian Mapes, Derrell Allen, Da- 
vid Gambhn, James Miller, Mike 
Condon,' Saul Guice, Steve 
Walsh, Brent Cumbest. Back 
Row: Bill Everett, Lonnie Wat- 
son, Rick Jordan, Don Smith, 
Tad Bourne, Floyd Hughes, 
Bruce Lang, John Moak. 






Panhellenic Council 





Junior Panhellenic Council 
(RlGHT)-Front Row: Palsy Bla- 
keney. Advisor: Teresa Holmes. 
Vice-President; Amy Ashley. 
President: Pat Mobley, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. Back Row: Lisa 
Tyrone, Kaysia Grosscup, Shan- 
non Cleaveiand. Debbie Bigbie. 
Denise Fleming. Donna Sey- 
mour. Senior Panhellenic Coun- 
cil (BELOW)-Sealed: Chandra 
Fusseii. President: Patsey Bla- 
keney, Vice-President: Teresa Ir- 
ving, Rush Chairman; Sherri Hi- 
lyer, Secretary-Treasurer. 
Second Row: Ilannine Evans. 
Barbara Ross. Advisor: Marilyn 
Jones. Mary Delle Woodruff. 
Kacky Savelle, Linda Leveque. 
Amy Lehman. Valerie Taylor. 
Back Row: Karen Ladner. Janet 
Gent, Kathy Smith. Bonnie Seb- 
ley, Tina Taylor. 




ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA 




170 




Beta Delta Chapter 




Arlinc Bulduf 
Donnu Barber 
Deborah Barnes 
Lisa Catlett 
Mary Chamoun 



Betty Eure 
Michelle Fausnuugh 
Marilyn Fleming 
Rhonda Frierson 
Catherine Green 



Teresa Green 
Angie Gucrcio 
Maryanne Hooker 
Janice Kittell 
Ginnie Lucas 



Martha Leslie 
Helen Malley 
Debbie Pilkenton 
Paula Russum 
Kathleen Sauelle 



Tammany Steir 
Sherry Singley 
Cari Slamans 
Debra Snyder 
Sidney Snyder 



Mary Sparkman 
Lisa Stevens 
Cindy Stone 
Nancy Szalwinski 
Kimberly Tillman 



Teresa Ware 
Ruth Young 



171 



CHI OMEGA 




Vonneice Burt 
Linda Bush 
Terri Byrd 
Kathy Coley 
Robin Cooke 
Kathleen Erin Curley 
Sandra Currie 

Cynthia Dale 
Amy Davison 
Sherry Dear 
Carole Derise 
Virginia Ellis 
Sabrina Ezelle 
Wanda Fairley 



172 




Epsilon Delta Chapter 



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Tanya Field 
Erin Finl(;y 
Sharon Garbin 
Hc^hm Haddock 
Lauren Hales 
Barbara Harvey 
Cheryl Holifield 

Dolly Hujjhes 
Robbin [ackson 
Kalhy )obe 
Cynthia |ones 
Stacey Knight 
Eva Krone; 
Angeline Lammons 

Stephanif,' Lot! 
Leigh Lovell 
Poppy Lyon 
Sharon Lumpkin 
Angela Magee 
Jamie Magee 
Angle Manguno 

Lisa Mason 
Robbin McKinnon 
Robbin McNeil 
Virginia Milslead 
Rhonda Mitchell 
Gayla Moorhead 
Pam Patrick 

Pamela Pisarich 
Steffani Polk 
Lisa Prince 
Elizabeth Reedy 
)udy Roberts 
Susan Rogers 
Lisa Sandifer 

Carol Segars 
Caren Sibley 
Debi Smith 
Stephanie Smith 
Amy Sproles 
Diane Stone 
Iris Strickland 

Laurie Stringer 
Timi Tadlock 
Julia Talbert 
Karen Thomas 
Lisa Tyrone 
Melody Walker 
Melinda Waites 



Lynn Watkins 
Mary Watts 
Torri Wealhershy 
Mary White 
Francies Wilson 
Valerie VanZandt 



173 



DELTA DELTA DELTA ' 




174 




Phi Epsilon Chapter 



I 




Sherry Arringlon 
Amy Ballurd 
Amy Bdrker 
Lcahno Bceman 
Cathy Bosl(.'y 
Evelyn Bounds 
Tina Brauchle 

Mary Jo Brooks 
Yvonne Buchanan 
Caren Chatham 
Cindy CoHn 
Caroline Cook 
Nancy Clark 
Nadine Demetropoulos 

Martha Fortenberry 
Chandra Fussell 
Janet Gent 
Carmen Green 
Kaysia Grosscup 
Suzanna Hale 
Heather Harrington 

Marie Harrington 
Melinda Holland 
Tamara Inman 
Kathleen Irvin 
Missy Kennedy 
Carolyn Kimbrough 
Kay Laughlin 

Peggy Little 
Mary Massey 
Tammy McClellan 
Janet McCrate 
Tonya Mooney 
Nydia Moreno 
Laura Muse 

Beth Paul 
June Perrj' 
Cheryl Pittman 
Pam Proctor 
Jean Pustay 
Margie Putnam 
Sandra Rayborn 

Ellen Riley 
Wynn Rivers 
Sharon Roberts 
Beverly Rogers 
Sheila Richardson 
Susan Saulters 
Cindy Slaughter 

Sarah Snowden 
Barbara Taylor 
Caryl Underwood 
Mary Kay Ward 
Dawn Watson 
Jadee Williams 
Mitzi Yelverton 



Krisa Yelverton 



175 



DELTA GAMMA 







JoAnna Alfonso 

Rebecca Allen 

Debbie Bass 

Susan Boutwell 

Lisa Bridges 

Rebecca Burkes 

Judy Butler 

Elizabeth Campbell 

Shannon Cleveland 

Carolyn Cole 

Cheryl Lynn Coppage 

Patti Cowen 

Susan Cox 

Patricia Crawford 

Lynn Dawson 

Terri Dawson 

Lasonya Doggett 

Helen Dornbusch 

Hanna Eubanks 

Sue Eubanks 

Karen Fuller 




176 



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Delta Pi Chapter 




M(!lissii Gay Gaston 
Anne CJambrel) 
Tina (iambn;!! 
Brcnda Ciilmorn 
Rhonda Freeman 
Shcrri Hays 
Cheryl Higginbotham 

Shanna Hill 
Donna Howell 
Patricia Inj^ram 
)oan Katzenmcyer 
Marion King 
Nancy Knighl 
Angela Lee 

Danielle Lutz 
Beth Mallete 
Cheri McCook 
Kitty McElroy 
Tammy McCreiiry 
Tammy McDonald 
Martha Mitchell 

Julie Myers 
Nancy Myers 
Mittie Nimocks 
Cindy Noble 
Darienne Oliver 
Elizabeth Pearce 
Betty Plunk 

Teresa Raden 
Gvven Reed 
Teresa Regan 
)ani(" Richarl 
Libhy Roberts 
Kathy Rossick 
Vicki Statham 

Mary Virginia Stewart 
Bobbie Ann Talley 
Susan Thomas 
Terri Thomas 
|>inet Veazey 
Beck\ Weaver 
Linda White 



Elizabeth Williams 
Kay Woodward 
Sandi Woolf 



177 



DELTA ZETA 




178 




Epsilon Mu Chapter 




Victoriii Bond 
Piim(!l;i Boyd 
I3onn;i Bowman 
Tracf^y Creel 
['amcla (Julberson 



Sholia Currie 
Sue Daniels 
Naney Davis 
Lisa Deas 
Virginia Harwood 



Robin Eiserioh 
luni; Estrada 
Karen Fidler 
Carol Cieaer 
Mary Hogue 



Jeanne )on(!S 
Ramona )ones 
Gail Killebrew 
Karen Ladner 
Gloria Lassiter 



Lori Liuirside 
Phyllis Maples 
Jam? Massengale 
Kathy McKay 
Rebecca Suzanne Mel 



Sherry Miranda 
Rita P(!termann 
Ren(^ RiH^dy 
|ane Sawyer 
Donna Seymour 



Nancy Spence 
Amanda Sproles 
Angela Stoekslill 
"^ Angela Sullivan 
Marie Vinson 



Penelope VVhilmore 
Amanda Williams 



179 



KAPPA DELTA 




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Martha Allison 

Becky Amacker 

Amy Ashley 

Sabrina Avara 

Tillye Barry 

Pamela Bramlett 

Judy Burchfield 

Mechelle Burks 

Cindi Cain 

Donna Calfee 

Bridget Capdepon 

Cindy Clayton 

Susan Cole 

Susan Copening 

Perri Creel 

Beth Delia 

Tracie Doherty 

Becky Duvall 

Beverly Eddleman 

Cindy Fleming 

Sarah Frye 




180 




Beta Sigma Chapter 



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(Caroline Gary 
Charlotte Gastrell 
Casey Gessner 
Lisa Goss 
Melissa Grimsl(?y 
Perilyn Guernsey 
)ill Gunnell 

Mary Hackney 
Kimberly Hoke 
Mary Kay Holmes 
Kathy Hosey 
Tammy Husser 
Kay Hutto 
)(mnifer Jackson 

Teresa Keene 
Katie Kettle 
C;ail Kovvrach 
Cheryl Kushner 
Lisa Lane 
Amy Lehmann 
Leslie Leonard 

Susie Lyons 

|anet McRae 

Marlhii Miller 

Sheri Morrow 

Laura Norsworthy 

Trecia Ellen Osadchuck 

Triceta Paci* 

Kay Palmer 
Wynn Pigott 
Frances Pitman 
Leah Richards 
ludy Rin^ 
S.ihrina Saullers 
Hchhie Sellers 

Palsy Shealy 
Becky Shellon 
Anj^ela Smith 
Kimberii Speights 
Teresa Spr.idley 
Debbie Sliglel 
F-va Sumlin 



Cheryl Twiner 
Susan Vaughn 
Terri Wall 
|ill Warren 
Lori WatLs 
Cheri Wells 



181 



PHI MU 




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Df^borah Arnold 

Laila Asmar 

Nancy Baker 

Susan Berry 

Caren Bryant 

Marsha Bryant 

Susie Bullard 

Diane Centanni 

Ellen Chapin 

Margaret Crecelius 

Jeannie Davis 

Frankye Drummonds 

Debbie Evans 

Gayle Fleming 

Kay Franks 

Debbie Guest 

Diane Hand 

Marsha Harper 

Rebecca Hart 

Ginger Harris 

Kathy Heald 




182 




Alpha Omicron Chapter 




Toolic: Hcil 
Sh('rri Hilycr 
Sidney l.ynii Mines 
(^oy Hosi.ti 
Hrendii Hu(ls(jn 
(Jynlhia Liimb 
(Carolyn Mansour 

Mary Mansour 
J.in Marine! 
(;in(ly McDonald 
Sus.iii McCiuirc 
Aline Milazzo 
Virj^inia Milazzo 
Patricia Mobley 

Sandra Moore 
Kimherly Morris 
P.mia Morse 
Dam Molloia 
Patricia Newell 
Margaret ONeil 
Regina Peepers 

R(uii!e Peepers 
Laurie Pound 
Cheryl Powell 
Kathy Presley 
Barbara Ransom 
Kathy Sotile 
Mitzi Sowell 

Victoria Stephens 
loan Sturdi\'ant 
(lynlhia Richardson 
Debbie Thames 
K.ithy Tisdale 
|ulie Walker 
Heth Wallace 

Alma White 

Hecky Wilkinson 

l,ea ^'arbrough 

Hig Hrolhers: Mike Centanni 

Michael Foster 

Saul Cluice 

Urad M.irlin 



Ra\ New 
Wade Ratcliff 



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184 




Mississippi Alpha Chapter 




Marisuo Arledge 
Sheila Barber 
(Jhcryl Bateman 
Susan Boykin 
Joyce Br(!akfiel(l 
Shanna BuUard 
Anna Carlisle 

Terri Case 
Clara Causey 
Bettye Coghlan 
Nancy Cook 
Beckie Corley 
Bentley Davie 
Candy Derrick 

|an Devine 
Jennie Duchek 
Dianne Franklin 
Charlene Cibbs 
Myra Gilmore 
Melissa CJordin 
Vickie Gryder 

Susan Hagcman 
Kate Hammond 
Connie Hamrick 
Susan Hannan 
Beth Harrod 
Teresa Holmes 
Rhonda Ivy 

Karen |obe 
Laura Jones 
Susie Kramer 
Anita Lackey 
Pam Ladner 
Janice Lakey 
Bettie Landrum 

Pam LaVignc 
Claudetle LeCoq 
Jody Leckich 
MaryKay Loflin 
Magee Montj^omerv 
Jill GBryan 
Patty Parkman 

Beth Perkins 
Kathv Pizzetta 
Belh'Roifs 
Linda Rose 
Nadine Saucier 
Connie Smith 
Lydia Sleiner 

Cheryl Swales 
Dianne Trigg 
Beth Watkins 
Janet Wells 
Judy Wells 
Kris Wilson 
Alenda Woods 



185 



SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 




186 




Alpha Sigma Chapter 



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Diane Biikcr 
U(^hiii Bi^bie; 
Debbie Uorries 
Siin(li(! Bovven 
Melinda Carpcmter 



Sus(!lt(! C]lurk 
Melinda Doerros 
Kitly Hargrove 
Denise Holloway 
Barbara Hughes 



Cynthia Jody 
D(!bra [ohnson 
Melissa Keeter 
Stephanie Kilbourn 
Linda Leveque 



Sherrie McGill 
Barbara Murray 
Patricia Murphy 
Genie Parker 
Mary Rey 



Lisa Re(;ves 
Robin Robinson 
Angela Ritchie 
Laurel Uhlig 
Lisa VanZant 



Cynthia VonTempske 
B(;ra Welborn 
Ginger Wilson 
Wanda Woodall 



187 



ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 

Iota Kappa Chapter 





Linda Pate 
Pauline Peters 

Ella Shines 
Rita Williams 



188 




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DELTA SIGMA THETA 

Mu Nu Chapter 




Z. Bl.Hid 
Merry Bryciford 
Feliciii Conner 
Sheila Conner 
Rhonda Goodman 
Iiidilh [ones 



189 



SIGMA GAMMA RHO 

Eta Tau Chapter 





Pauline Bridges 
Leona Shelby 




190 




KAPPA ALPHA PSI 

U.S.M. Colony 




Chuck Bnnvn 
Darrel Harris 
Dcwpy Hcilmt>s 
Floyd Hujihos 
Tony Huj:h('s 
Randolph Jackson 
lose Kyles 



Bishop Mays 
Krnnrth OQuinn 
Donald Smith 
Reginald Welch 
lames Williams 
Kenneth William 



191 



ALPHA TAU OMEGA 



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192 




Epsilon Upsilon Chapter 




W.T. Bethea. Jr. 
Tiici Bourni! 
Hlllun Housley 
William dcBi-'n 



Boddy Lot! 
Ddnald Sneap 
Little Sisters: 
Susan Hannan 
Laura Jones 



Bera Welborn 



193 



KAPPA ALPHA 




194 




Gamma Zeta Chapter 



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Larry Bagl(!y 
Icff Bradley 
Don Brown 
(;i(;n Copponcx 
Robi.'rt Corndt 



Frank Dale 
Michael Ernst 
J(;ffrey Euro 
William Fclder 
Dennis Carraway 



CJordon Ciiiter 
Horace Jordan 
Kevin McCarthy 
Richard Monk 
William Miller 



[ames Mills 
Ray New 
Mike Regenold 
Lamar Slennis 
Robert Taylor 



Michael VanWinkle 
jimmy Wc^aver 
lames Woodruff 
Chris Williams 
Little Sisters; 
Donna Calfee 



Becky Duvall 
Trecia Osadcluik 
Laurie Pound 



195 



KAPPA SIGMA 




Mike Amacker 

Myron Arrington 

George Bachmann 

Martin Benn 

Toby Berryhill 

Hector Brinson 

Craig Bryant 

John Bush 

Billy Carney 

David Carraway 

Tim Collins 

Owen Comans 

Richard Cox 

Bobby Dallas 

Glenn Driskell 

Terry Eaves 

Tim Folse 

James Geoghegan 

Alan Greene 

David Greene 

Guy Crush 



196 




<^>-g^>^ Epsilon Nu Chapter 








Barry Ciuthrie 
Danny Havard 
Kim Hathurn 
Kiinnclh Hayman 
Markal H(m(iri(,ks 
Jimmy Howell 
Loren Howell 

Allen )ackson 
Roy Keene 
Steve Lazenby 
Eric Lennep 
George McAllister 
Joe M(!eks 
Rodger Meinzinger 

Benjamin Moore 
William Moore 
Darry! Mixon 
Paul Panqucrne 
Mike Parks 
Scott Pless 
Phillip Price 

Wade Ratcliff 
James Richardson 
Greg Rimes 
Tommy Rocconi 
William Scruggs 
Randle Shepherd 
Jpsse Stuart 

Tracy Taylor 
Theodore Tillman 
Donald Tyrone 
Benny Waddle 
Steve Walsh 
Jonathan Warwick 
Jim Watkins 

Joey Wesl('\' 
Steven Wheat 
Walter Williford 
Roger Wirtz 
C'harles Wright 
Slardusters: 
Becky Amacker 
Becky Allen 

Susan Cole 
Rebecca Duke 
Hcllen Haddock 
M.iry Homes 
K.iren Johe 
Stace\ Night 
Deborah Mann 

Carolyn Mansour 

Robbin McNeil 
Robbin McKinnon 
Dam Motldla 
Gwen Reed 
Becky Shelton 
Debi Smith 



Diane Stone 

Julia Talbert 
Wanda Woodall 
House Mother; 
Mrs. Reid Bass T\Tone 



197 



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198 




Nu Eta Chapter 



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Icrry Clrccii 
Williiim (iun 
Joseph Huf^hcy 
Cornelius Juckson 



Essix Miskel 
Charles Sande^rs 
Vandcr Sinf^lelon 
lames Ratliff 



199 



PHI KAPPA TAU 



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Wayne Arnold 

Johnny Atherton 

David Aultman 

Brett Beckman 

Bob Benefield 

Dennis Bohannon 

Russell Byrd 

Timothy Byrd 

Bryan Caldwell 

Craig Cason 

Mike Centanni 

Mike Condon 

Steven Cralle 

Jim Crews 

Jim Decell 

Pierce Dotherow 

Dwight Douthit 

Scott Evans 

David Faerber 

Howard Fisher 

Ted Freshour 




200 




Beta Epsilon Chapter 




Frf'd Cargiulf) 
((jhn Ciarn(;r 
Walt(;r Gautier 
Murk Grace 
Ronnin Guthrie 
Dwight Hampton 
Bryan Harger 

Kenny Hill 
Lyle Hill 
Hal Horton 
Anthony Ireland 
Robert [ackson 
Richard Johnson 
David Jones 

Joe Jones 
Kendrick Jordan 
John Lee 
George Lewis 
Brian Mapes 
Charley McCaffrey 
Cole Mclnnis 

James Moore 
Alvaro Moreno 
David Neideffer 
Michael O'Neill 
Sherrill Pearson 
Steven Peters 
Greg Pietrangelo 

Russell Prisock 
Robert Richards 
Ronnie Rushton 
Mike Pruitt 
Scott Shearer 
Harry Singley 
William Slay 

Mark Smith 
Michael Smith 
Tony Smith 
Jim Stephens 
Steven Tate 
Gary Thorne 
Glenn Travis 

Ricky Villarrcal 
Jon Weir 
Billy Williams 
Doug V\illiams 
Little Sisters: 
Caren Bryant 
Mary Burge 
C^elestc Foster 

Danefta Quaries 
Tiimara Inman 
Leslie Lubritz 
Nydia Moreno 
Kathy Pizzetta 
Margie Putman 
(-her\l Swales 



Kris Wilson 
Grace Magee. Mom 



201 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 




202 




Delta Mu Chapter 



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John Adiimson 
Thorims Bailey 
(Jhris Baker 
Wani'D Baria 
Kllon Bolton 
Kohbii.' Briggs 
Wilkie Brown 

Bill Browning 
Ronnie; C^arraway 
Kddii; Clark 
Ki[3 (Solium 
Jerry Cook 
Bobby Culumber 
Brent Cumbest 

Cayland Day 
Kenny Desporte 
Victor Fiorentini 
John Givens 
Mike Goodwin 
Mike Grant 
Saul Guice 

Brad Hinman 
Harry Hodges 
Martin Holmes 
Steve Home 
Joel Johnson 
Rcjnald Ray Keyes 
Burt Knight 

Phil Landers 
Mark L(!ckich 
Jimmy Lopez 
Steve Martino 
David Messer 
John Moreau 
Chuek Norman 

Davitl Pisarich 
Jerry Polovich 
Richie Polovich 
Doug Prince 
Kenny Prince 
Peter Saia 
Steve Slole 
Mike Thompson 
Kdw.ird Tonos 
Malcolm Waren 
Keith Westmoreland 
AKin Win.ins 
Little Sisters: 
Tina Brauchic 
Amv Davison 



Martha Fortenberry 
Lisa Goss 
Kathy Jobe 
Susie Lyons 
Susan Rose 
Cheri Wells 



203 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 



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Rob Adams 

Michael Barrineau 

Thomas Bridges 

Ray Bridges 

Dick Buchanan 

Ron Carpenter 

Herman Clark 

Terry Clark 

William Cook 

Chris Cookson 

Milam Cotten 

John Crain 

Cris Crisler 

David Crump 

Chaun Culpepper 

James Dukes 

Terry Enlow 

Bill Everett 

Michael Foley 

Russell Gillis 

John Guice 













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204 




Mississippi Sigma Chapter 



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A(i;iir Uaj^ood 
Mack Harper 
Richard Harris 
Brian Hayes 
(Charles H(;witt 
Stan Hewitt 
lames Hudson 

R()l)ert Hudson 
Mike Irwin 
T()l)y Jeffreys 
Tommy Ladner 
Brian L(jtt 
Tom Maloney 
Ted Maisch 

Mike Marshall 
Brad Martin 
Ken McCrory 
David McKey 
Claude McNeill 
Bill Meigs 
Michael Merritt 

Mark Mills 
John Moak 
Thomas Newell 
lames Oliver 
St(!ve Parker 
Harold Powell 
jack Peay 

Donald Pulliam 
William Randolph 
George R(!ed 
Irvin Rentz 
lames Rich 
Robby Roberts 
David Robertson 

David Shaw 
Michael Smith 
Dejuan Stroud 
David Taylor 
Doug Taylor 
Steve Terschluse 
David Thompson 

Robert Thompson 
Cleorge Triggs 
|()hn Wagner 
[ohn Wakeland 
Bray White 
Laurence Williams 
Hddie Wolverton 
Little Sisters: 
Patricia Clark 
Wantla Fairley 
Kim Freeman 
Chandra Fussell 
(i.iscy CJessner 
Becky Hart 
Angela Magee 

[amie Magoe 
Angie Manguno 
Kim Morris 
Margaret O'Neii 
Beth Reedy 
|udy Roberts 
iris Strickland 



205 



SIGMA NU 




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Theta Gamma Chapter 



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Ronald Baer 
Chris Bollc 
(^had (Carroll 
|()hn Chamhliss 
David Coleman 
(Ircg Dawkins 
Mark Erickson 

Donald Evans 
Brad Gordon 
Sammy Green 
C;reg Greer 
Danitil Grieve 
Richard Hackney 
Stan Hall 

James Hammett 
John Harmon 
Hank Havves 
Anthony lovino 
Henn,' Johnson 
Ronald Johnson 
Jim Kennedy 

Bruc(! Lang 
Alex McKay 
Mikt! Milthorpe 
|on Owen 
Mike Robinson 
Gary Sims 
Michael Stanton 

Scott Stewart 
Stiiphen Stout 
Jay Suits 
John Tabb 
Richard Tippin 
Scott Wheeler 
Stan Whitney 
Ralph Woosley 
Little Sisters: 
Caroline Cook 
Robin C>ooke 
Lasonya Doggett 
Tonya Mooney 
l.i'.ih Richards 
Judy Ring 



Connie Smith 
Mary Ward 
Ellen Rilov 



207 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON 




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Randall Bissel 
|()hn Boha(;h(!ff 
Chris Bulalo 



Robert Cook 
Walter Dees 
Leemond Ellsworth 
Larry File 
William Clore 



Warren Gross 
Roland Huie 
Kenneth Leach 
Keith Magee 
lames Miller 



Patrick Neal 
Richard Notter 
Gull Palmore 
Jeffery Forth 
Curtis Price 



Robert Sevier 
Rodger Singley 
Roy Wack 
John Welsch 
Little Sisters: 
Karen Eure 



Cindy Noble 
Gloria Lassiter 
Marie Vinson 
House Mother; 
joy Samrow 



209 





Mr. U.S.M 



Jeff Hammond 



212 





Miss U.S.M. 
Margaret O'Neil 



213 



Beauties 




Becky Allen 



214 




Frankye Drummonds 



215 




Kim Freeman 



216 




Kaysia Grosscup 



217 




Helen Haddock 



218 




T.J. Inman 



219 



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Angela Magee 



220 




Lisa Mason 



221 




Pam Patrick 



222 




Dawn Watson 



223 



GREEK GODDESS 



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Robbie Roberts 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




WHO'S^WHO among 




Bryan Acker 

ASB Election Commissioner; Homecoming es- 
cort; Honor's Program; Omicron Delta Kappa; Al- 
pha Lambda Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Kappa 
Mu, Secretary; Seven Jewels Study Club, Presi- 
dent; President's Advisory Board; Mayor's Advi- 
sory Board; Afro-American Cultural Society. 



Laila Asmar 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Rho; Lambda 
Sigma; Alpha Lambda Delta; Honor's College; 
Golden Girls; Beta Beta Beta; Southern Style, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Mini Quarter facilitator; 
ASB Senator; Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Phi Mu so- 
rority, Panhellenic delegate; Del Sur, Pledge 
Trainer; Delta Sigma Pi, Vice-President. 



Mariann Baucum 

Hall of Fame; Outstanding Greek Pledge 1977; 
Delta Gamma sorority; Phi Delta Rho, president; 
Kappa Omicron Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Theta 
Kappa Alumni Association; Southern Style; 
Kappa Sigma Starduster; Home Economics Club; 
Alpha Phi Omega; Del Sur; Baptist Student 
Union; Circle K; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Tau Chi; Mini 
Quarter facilitator. 



226 



students in American universities & colleges 



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Bob Benefield 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Epsilon Phi; Greek 
Scholastic Award; ASB Election Commissioner; 
Phi Kappa Tau, House Manager; Tau Epsilon Phi, 
Vice-President; Society of Polymer Scientists; 
USM Water Ski Association; Collegiati; Civitans; 
Wesley Foundation; Society for th(! Advance- 
ment of Management. 



Gracie Bonds 

Residence Hall Council; Phi Theta Kappa Alumni 
Association, Reporter; Southern Style; Mini 
Quarter facilitator; Jones Hall, President. 



Chuck Bridley 

Alpha Epsilon Alpha. President; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; University Activi- 
ties (Council, President; President's .Advisory 
Hoard; Mayor's Advisory Board; Circle K Inler- 
nalion.il, Lt. Governor; Dean's List: President's 
List. 



227 




Joe Burckel 

DA Superior Cadet Award; Veterans of Foreign 
Wars Award; Dean's List; Distinguished Military 
Student; Alpha Epsilon Delta; USM Varsity 
Football. 



Linda Bush 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Lambda Sigma, President; 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President; Chi 
Omega Sorority, Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman; 
Top 10 Beauty; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister; 
Student Alumni Association; Pre-Law Society; 
Honors Program; Paralegal Club, Vice-President, 
President. 



Carolyn Christian 

Phi Eta Sigma; Lambda Sigma; Kappa Omicron 
Phi, Vice-President, President; Phi Delta Rho; 
Food Service Executives Association, Secretary; 
Institution Administration Club, Secretary; 
Home Economics Club, Program Chairman; Rob- 
erts Hall, Vice-President; General Merit Scholar- 
ship, Statler Foundation Scholarship. 



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228 




Daryl Coats 

Phi Eta Sigma; Gold Key Society; Lambda Sigma; 
Lambda Iota Tau; Baptist Student Union, Presi- 
dent; Honors Student Association, Vice-Chair- 
man; Student Missionary. 



Patti Cowen 

Delta Gamma Sorority, Rituals Chairman, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Lambda Sigma; Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Treasurer; Pride Flag Corps: Dixie 
Darlings; Paralegal Club; University Chorus; Pom 
Pom Girl; Pre-Law Society. 



Chris Crisler 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Rush Chairman. Pledge of 
the Year; Southern Style, Public Relations Direc- 
tor; Committee of 82; ASB Cabinet; Delta Sigma 
Pi; Mike Man for the Cheerleaders: Air Force 
R.O.T.C.; College Republicans; Union Planning 
Committee; Dean's List. 



229 




Richard Crossley 

Distinguished Military Student Award; Scabbard 
& Blade Society; Dean's List; ASB Director of Ac- 
ademic Affairs; ASB Director of University Rela- 
tions; Afro- American Cultural Society, Vice- 
President; Executive Editor Army R.O.T.C. 
newspaper. 



Jennie Duchek 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Delta Rho; Mu Phi Ep- 
silon, Treasurer; Lambda Sigma, Secretary; 
"Pride" Drillmaster; USM Symphonic Band; 
USM Concert Band; USM Pep Band; Pi Beta Phi 
Sorority, Treasurer, Homecoming Chairman, 
Songfest Chairman; ASB Senator; Resident 
Assistant. 



Dianne Eddins 

Miss Southern 1976; Alabama's Junior Miss 1975; 
University Singers; University Chorus; Delta 
Delta Delta Sorority, President; Lambda Sigma; 
Student Body Homecoming Maid; Junior Pan- 
hellenic Talent Show winner. 



230 



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Mary Ann Florio 

Resident Assistant; Scuba Club, Secretary-Trea- 
surer; Residence Hall Council; Student Nurses 
Association; Mississippi State & National Stu- 
dent Nurses Association; Dean's List; Mardi Gras 
court member. 



Mike Foster 

Omicron Dcilta Kappa, Cold Key Award: Sigma 
Nu Fraternity, R(!corder, TreasuriT, Pledge Mar- 
shall, President, Outstanding Active, Out- 
standing Active Scholar, Outstanding Pledge 
Scholar; Phi Mu Sorority Big Brother: ASB Vice- 
Pr(!sident: IFC judicial Board: Intramural Advi- 
sory Board: Creek Scholarship Award: IFC] 
Delegate. 



Chandra Fussell 

Delta Delia Delta Sorority. Panhellenic Delegate: 
Sigma Alph.i Epsilon Little Sister: Panhellenic. 
Vice-President. Pn^sidenl: Student Alumni Asso- 
ciation; Student Religious Federation; University 
Union Committee: Homecoming Commiltee. 



231 




Anne Gambrell 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Delta 
Gamma Sorority, Social Chairman, Correspond- 
ing Secretary, Rush Chairman; Medical Tech- 
nology Club; Regional Merit Scholarship; Dixie 
Darlings; USM Flag Corps. 



Kenny Hayman 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Rush Chairman, Presi- 
dent, Outstanding Member; Omicron Delta 
Kappa, President; Pi Tau Chi; Beta Beta Beta; 
Gold Key Society; Collegiate Civitan; IFC Judi- 
cial Council; Committee of 82; Student Judicial 
Council; Kappa Sigma International Leadership/ 
Scholarship Award. 



Debra Hendricks 

Afro American Cultural Society, Election Com- 
missioner, Dedicated Service Award; Phi Chi 
Theta; CWENS; Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Golden 
Girl; LSD Gospel Choir; Seven Jewels Study 
Club, Dedicated Service Award, Historian; Alpha 
Kappa Mu Academic Achievement Award; Alpha 
Angel. 



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DeWayne Hinton 

Resident Assistant; Residence Hall Council; 
Seven Jewels Study Club, Co-founder, Academic 
Achievement Award, Dedicated Service Award, 
Treasurer, President; Alpha Kappa Mu, Aca- 
demic Award, Leadership Award; Dean's List; 
LEAA Scholarship. 



Harry Hodges 

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Pledge Trainer, Trea- 
surer, Vice-President, Little Sister Co-ordinalor 
Pledge Scholastic Award; Southern Style, Publi( 
Relations Director; Kappa Delta "Daggerman " 
SOUTHERNER Annual Staff, Editor-in-chief 
Kappa Omicron Phi; Food Service Executives As 
sociation, Vice-President, President; Dean's Ad- 
visory Board. 



Roland Huie 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Cabinet Member, 
Ritualistic Officer, Rush Active of the Year 
Award; Kappa Kappa Psi; "Pride of Mississippi 
Marching Band." Drillmasler; LISM Concert 
Band; IISM Jazz Lab Band; ASB Senator; jack D. 
Munn Memorial Scholarship; Dean's List. 



233 



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Patti Ingram 

Homecoming Queen; Delta Gamma Sorority, 
Vice-President; Tau Beta Sigma, Public Relations 
Chairman; "Pride of Mississippi Marching Band" 
Drillmaster; Dean's List; President's List. 



Karen Jobe 

Pi Beta Phi Sorority, "Arrow Correspondent"; 
Lambda Sigma; Kappa Sigma Starduster; Paral- 
egal Club; Pre-Law Society, Treasurer; ASB Sec- 
retary; Committee of 82; ASB Senator; Jr. Pan- 
hellenic Delegate; ASB Judicial Board; Dean's 
List. 



John Keller 

Honors College; Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Lambda 
Sigma, Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; 
"Pride of Mississippi Marching Band"; Hallelujah 
Way, President; Committee of 82; Resident Assis- 
tant; President's List; Dean's List; Director of Stu- 
dent Services. 



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Alvin Ladner 

University Activities Council, Outstanding Mem- 
ber; Resident Assistant; ASB Supreme Court; 
Student Judicial Council; Residence Hall Council; 
Dean's List; President's List. 



Janet McCrate 

Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain; Outstanding Young 
Women of America; Newman Club, President, 
Member of the Year 1978; Student Religious Fed- 
eration, President; Pi Tau Chi; jogging Club. 
Treasurer; Collegt; Republicans, Tn^isurer; Stu- 
dent Nurse Association; President's Rticruitment 
Committee; Peer Advisement Facilitator. 



Mark McNally 

ASB Attorney General: Pi Beta Phi Arrowman; 
Lambda Sigma, honorary- member; College Re- 
publicans, Chairman; President's Advisory 
Board; Mayor's Advisory Boanl; Director of Legal 
Services for Student Bodv. 



235 



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Angle Manguno 

Chi Omega Sorority, Secretary, President; South- 
ern Style; ASB Senator, President Pro-Temp of 
the Senate; USM Jogging Club, Secretary; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon Little Sister; Pi Tau Chi; Univer- 
sity Singers; Civitan Club; Student Alumni Asso- 
ciation; Student Council for Exceptional 
Children. 



Roy Moore 



Baptist Student Union; Big Gold Club; Campus 
Crusade for Christ; ASB Cabinet; Student Reli- 
gious Federation, President; Resident Assistant; 
Dean's List. 



Mittie Nimocks 

Honors College; Phi Eta Sigma; Lambda Sigma, 
Rituals Chairman; Phi Delta Rho; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Outstanding Freshman Woman; Delta 
Gamma Sorority, Panhellenic Delegate, Presi- 
dent; ASB Senator; Southern Style; Student Reh- 
gious Federation; SOUTHERNER staff; Editor of 
DRAWL; STUDENT PRINTZ; President's Advi- 
sory Board. 



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Margaret O'Neil 



Pam Patrick 



Alpha Lambda Delta; Lambda Sigma; Alpha Ep- Varisty Cheerleader; Top 10 Beauty; Pi Omega Pi; 

silon Delta; Phi Mu Sorority, Rush Chairman; College Republicans; Kappa Delta Pi; USM 

Dixie Darlings, Captain; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sports Club; Chi Omega Sorority, Panhellenic 

Little Sister; First Alternate Miss Southern 1978. Delegate, Vice-President. 



Margie Putnam 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Lambda Sigma; Phi Delta 
Rho; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Psi Omega. 
Treasurer; Varsity Clheerieader; Phi Kappa Tau 
Little Sister; Newman Club; ASB Public Rela- 
tions Committee. Spirit Director; Pom Pom Girl; 
Delta Delta Delta Sorority. Social Chairman, 
Rush Chairman. Most Active Pledge. 



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Bob Richards 

Phi Kappa Tau, Vice-President, Treasurer, House 
Manager, Outstanding Member, Outstanding 
Athlete; Omicron Delta Kappa, Convention Dele- 
gate; Interfraternity Council, Secretary, 
President. 



Ellen Riley 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Room Chairman, 
Sponsors Chairman; Southern Style, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Dixie Darlings, Service Award; Home Eco- 
nomics Club, Reporter; Alpha Phi Omega, Lead- 
ership Award, Treasurer, President; Sigma Nu 
Little Sister; Pi Tau Chi; Pom Pom Girl; Mini 
Quarter Facilitator. 



Johnny Smith 

Seven Jewels Study Club; Phi Theta Kappa; Afro- 
American Cultural Society, President; Scabbard 
and Blade Society, Secretary; Outstanding Junior 
Cadet in R.O.T.C. Program; Golden Eagles Ori- 
enteering Program. 



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Virgie Stewart 

THE STUDENT PRINTZ, Executive Editor: The 
DRAWL, 1977 Editor; Sigma Delta Chi; Delta 
Gamma Sorority; Student Alumni Association, 
Secretary; FRESHMAN REGISTER, Editor; Com- 
mittee of 82; ASB Cabinet; THE AERIE, Co-Edi- 
tor; University Publications Board. 



Nancy Szalwinski 

Honor's Student Association; Del Sur; Newman 
Club, Vice-Presid(!nt of Service; Lambda Sigma; 
Pi Delta Phi, Secretary; Alpha Sigma Alpha So- 
rority, R(!C()rding Secretary, Treasurer. Highest 
CPA Award; Honor's College; Pn^sidenl's List; 
Dean's List. 



Marie Vinson 

Delta Zeta Sorority. Historian, LAMP Editor. 
Rush Chairman, Social Chairman. Outstanding 
Big Sister Award: Kappa Omicron Phi; Pan- 
hellenic Dormitory, Vice-President; Resident As- 
sistant; SCKITHERNER Staff; Home Economics 
Club; Angel Flight, Rush Clhairman, Pledge 
Trainer. Information Officer. Operation Officer. 



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Steve Walsh 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Kappa Sigma Fraternity, 
Athletic Director; USM Cross Country Team; Al- 
pha Phi Omega; ASB Senate, Appointments 
Committee; Sports Disciplinary Board, 
Chairman. 



Mary Woodruff 

Lambda Sigma; Lambda Iota Tau; Delta Gamma 
Sorrority, Pledge Trainer, Panhellenic Delegate, 
Co-Chairman for Anchor Splash; Intervarsity 
Christian Fellowship; Student Religious Federa- 
tion; Sigma Delta Chi; THE STUDENT PRINTZ, 
Staff Writer, Copy Editor, Managing Editor; Stu- 
dent Alumni Association. 



Laurie W^right 

Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Delta Phi; Honor's College; 
Lambda Sigma; The "Pride"; Jazz Lab Band; Uni- 
versity Concert Band; University Wind En- 
semble; President's List; University Scholar. 



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HALL OF FAME 




1978 



Linda Baggett 




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Jim Borsig 





Susan Fasano 



Robert Magee 











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Cathy Waites 




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President 

Dr. Aubrey K. Lucas 





Having been a student, professor, registrar and dean 
at USM, Dr. Aubrey K. Lucas was well prepared to 
take on a new job here four years ago. He had seen 
this University through many different eyes over the 
years but never through those of the President. On 
March 19, 1978, this changed when he was in- 
augurated as the sixth president of the University of 
Soi^thern Mississippi. 

He accepted the "challenge", as he then called it. 
and has met many more since then in making USM 
the progressive and ever-growing University we 
know today. The former president of Delta State 
University, Dr. Lucas has worked to promote unity, 
pride and academic excellence to improve our uni- 
versity for the years to come. We have seen one of 
these improvements this year with the change from 
the quarter to semester system. 

Dr. Lucas is continually striving to make USM a dig- 
nified and distinquished institution of higher learn- 
ing for the benefit of all those seeking a high quality 
education. 



Administration 




Peter E. Durkee 

Vice-President for Student Affairs 




Thomas G. Estes, Jr. 



Vice-President of Business and Finance 




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Shelby F. Thames 

Vice-President for Administration and Regional 
Campuses 




Charles B. Moorman 



Vice-President for Academic Affairs 







Administration 




Bobby D. Anderson 

Acting Dean of the College of Edu- 
cation and Psychology 




Jesse Boyd 

Director of the University Commons 




Grover Ashley 

Director of the Cook Library 




J. Berengher 
Brechtel 

Associate Dean of Students for Men 




Onva Boshears 

Dean of the School of Library 
Services 




Rebecca Brechtel 

Director of High School and Junior 
College Relations 





William G. Brundage I Robert H. Cleveland 




Director of Research and Sponsored 
Programs 



Sports Information Director 



Bobby Collins 

Head Football Coach 






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Betty Cooley 



Walter E. Cooper 



Ronald Dale 



Bursar 



Dean of the School of Health, Physi- I Director of Intercollegiate Athletics 
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Administration 




Richard T. Dodder 




Mary Edith Dressel 




W^arren K. Dunn 



Director of the English Language I Director of the Career Development I Director of the Union and Student 
Institute I Center I Activities 







Aline Eddms 



Claude E. Fike 



"William G. Fronn 



Acting Director of Veterans Cost of 
Instruction 



Director of the McCain Library 



Director of Financial Aid 






Nicholas H. Fruge 

Assistant to the Vice-President for 
Academic Affairs 



Donna Garvey 

Director of Conferences and 
Workshops 



Sarah W. Gibbs 

Dean of the School of Home 
Economics 






Clyde N. Ginn 



Joan P. Glover 



Billy W. Gore 



D(;an of Continuing Education 



Manager of University Bookstore 



Dean of USM-Natchez 




Administration 




William R. 
Grantham 

Dean of Student Affairs 





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Dean of the College of Business 
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Dean of the College of Fine Arts 




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Director of Administrative Data I Chaplain and Coordinator of Reli- 
Processing I gious Affairs 



Elizabeth C. 
Harkins 

Dean of the School of Nursing 




Glenn T. Harper 

Acting Dean of the School of Liberal 
Arts 




Robert W. 
Herrington, Jr. 

Director of Personnel Services 




Earl J. Hollo way 



Dean of USM-Gulf Park 




Emory Howell 

Director of Teacher-Learning Re- 
sources Center 




Albert J. Jaeger 

Assistant Vice-President for Busi- 
ness and Finance 




Kay James 



Women's Basketball Coach 



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Administration 




Roger B. Johnson 




Shirley Jones 




Anne Jordan 



Executive Administrative Assistant I Dean of the School of Social Work I Associate Dean of Students for 



Women 




Wallace G. Kay 

Dean of the Honors College 




Boyd A. Kellet, M.D. 



Director of Student Health Services 




^A^illiam E. 
Kirkpatrick 

Director of Public Relations 




Robert S. Kivetz 

Director of Housing 




Cecil M. Klutts 

Director of Purchasing 




Robert D. Landrum 

Project Director of Special Services 
for Disadvantaged Students 






Carl C. Lawrence 



Lucy Alice Maw 



Charles B.. McNeill 



Director of Admissions 



Administration 




Danny W. 
Montgomery 




Powell G. Ogletree 



Director of Alumni Affairs 




Willie V. Oubre 

Director of Campus Security 



Reeistrar 




Billie M. Parrot 




Joseph S. Paul 




Eric C. Prenshaw 



Director of Cooperative Education I Assistant to the Vice-President for I Assistant to the Vice-President for 

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Charles H. Probst 



Dean of Student Services 




Micheal Romeo 



Coordinator of Adult Services 




Barbara Ross 

Associate Dean for Women's 
Organizations 




Gene D. Saucier 

Dean of Special Academic Services 




William C. Scruggs, 
Jr. 

Director of the Computer Center 




Bill W. Shafer 

Director of Student Guidance and 
Counseling 



Administration 




Kenneth E. Smith 

Director of Accounting Services 




Robert T. van Aller 



Dean of the Graduate School 





Celestian J. (Pete) 
Taylor 



Assistant Director of Intercollegiate 


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Malcolm K. Turk 



Head Men's Basketball Coach 




Sidney Weatherford 



Director of Institutional Research 



Gary C. W^ildman 

Dean of the College of Science and 
Technology 




Board of Trustees of State 
Institutions of Higher Learning 



[ohn R. Lovelace, M.D. 


President— 
Boswell Stevens 


Robert W. Harrison. Jr 


Miriam Q. Simmons 


Vice-President— 


W.M. Shoemaker 


R.C. Cook 


Verner S. Holmes, M.D. 


Neal Denton Rogers. Jr 


Charles C. Jacobs, Jr. 


Executive Secretary— 
E.E. Thrash 


Travis E. Parker 


Bobby L. Chain 


Betty A. Williams 


Robert L. Shemwell 



GRADUATES 



Midnight Movie: 
Hattiesburg Horror 

A new fad reached Hattiesburg this fall— one that sent some USM 
students out to the grocery stores near midnight to buy rice, water 
guns, candles, newspapers, toast and other various items from 
bells to party hats; —One that possessed some USM students to 
dress in all types of late night regalia;— and one that sent most ev- 
eryone to the Hardy Street Cinema at least once during it's sev- 
eral week reign. 

It seemed that "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" had finally 
reached Hattiesburg as the midnight movie, bringing with it all 
the madness for it's cult-like movie-going followers. At first it was 
odd to see the costume-clad characters carrying grocery bags of 
supplies into the theater but later became acceptable as the 
movie's reputation got out. The theater owners offered free ad- 
mission to their costume donned customers and somewhat en- 
couraged the audience participation ranging from shouting to 
dancing throughout the movie. 

Originally starting as a musical stage production in London, the 
film has grown to have a nationwide group of cult followers in the 
United States. Having already been held over months in Jackson 
and years in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, "Rocky Horror's" life 
was not as long-lived in Hattiesburg but was fun while it lasted. 



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Jeanine Atkinson 

Mary Balk 

Janet Barber 

Robin Belesky 

L.Z. Bland 

Sharon Burrell 

Janice Canterbury 

Janis Crawford 

John Culpepper 

Robert CuLumber 

Brenda Davenport 

Jerry Dean 

Carole Derise 

Valerie Dicharry 

Pamela Dixon 

Roger Dubose 

Mari Fielding 

Nancy Freeman 

Evelyn Friar 

Rosaline Gavin 

Bill Gilmore 

Paul Ginn 

Jan Gooch 

Michael Goodwin 

Garry GreenLee 

David Hanson 

Harold Harmon 

Phyllis Herrington 

Glenn Hicks 

Cecil Hill 

Mary Hill 

Roland Huie 

Eric Hunter 

Becky Huston 

David Illich 

Graduates 
Graduates 
Graduates 





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Cornelius Jackson 
Shirley |ames 
Dennis |(jn(!S 
Kar(;n Kirkland 
Mitchell Krell 
Laura Lancaster 
Keith Langley 

Sckufeii! Lewanika 
Daphne Long 
)ennifer McjlJonaJd 
P'i()ren(;(' Maiiiier 
Angela Manu(!l 
David Mapp 
Rob(;rt Maris 

Ann Marshall 
Juhnnie Massengale 
Steven Miller 
Dennis Mouchette 
William Nichols 
Stuart Patterson 
Roy Pendergrass 

Frank Pescatore 
Delia Rose Posey 
Barbara Powell 
Vance Rhoades 
Pedro Sanchez Casro 
Lena Shores 
Albert Slutzker 

Michael Smith 
Steve Smith 
Sylvia Smith 
Patricia Spratley 
Donna Sulivan 
David Sumrall 
Marcus ThornhiU 

Bobby Thrash 
|oe Tynes 
Gar>' Valestro 
Howard Wuddell 
Sal Wambsgans 
Larry Ward 
fames Wargo 



Charlotte Watts 
Pamela Williams 
Marjion,' Wilmer 
Phyllis Wood 
Linda Zawadski 



Graduates 
Graduates 
Graduates 



SENIORS 



Clint Abbey 

Steven Abdella 

Bryan Acker 

Elaine Adams 

Marie Adams 

Karsandra Adams 

Ricky Adams 

Rob Adams 

Mary Adkinson 

Murray Ainsworth 

Stephen Alford 

Becky Allen 

Bill Allen, Jr. 

Jesse Amacker 

Michael Amacker 

Sabrina Amonett 

Kathy Anderson 

Larry Anderson 

Lynn Anderson 

Russell Anderson 

Wayne Anderson 

Winston Anding 

Carlis Andrews 

Cheryl Angeloff 

Carole Araujo 

Patricia Arcement 

Wayne Arnold 

Yvonne Ashworth 



Laila Asmar 

Drusilla Ausmer 

Pamela Bailey 

Thomas Bailey 

Linda Baker 

Madeline Baker 

Martha Baker 

Teresa Banks 

Brenda Bankston 

James Barclay 

Diane Barnes 

Clovis Barnett, Jr. 

Elizabeth Barrett 

Michael Barrett 

Tillye Barry 

Pam Bass 

Rebecca Bass 

Cheryl Bateman 

Joyce Bates 

Shirley Battee 

Paul Baukema 

Benetta Beck 

Michael Beckham 

Charles Bellman 

Cassandra Bender 

Bob Benefield 

Geraldine Bennett 

Barbara Benson 

Lynne Bernzott 

Vivian Berry 

Michael Bester 

Murry Biggott, Jr. 

Bruce Bishop 

James Bilbo 

Sharon Bingham 

Arthur Bland 

John Bless 

Lisa Bodin 

John Bohacheff, Jr. 

Dennis Bohannon 

Chris Bolle 




Seniors 
Seniors 
Seniors 




Joel Boothn 
William Bornman 
Sandrd Bosarge 
Bonnif; Bowes 
Edward Bowles 
Marcus Boyd 
Jeff Bradley 

Marilynn Bradley 
Hemry Breazeale 
Walter Brekc^en. jr. 
Betty Breland 
Robert Brewer 
limmy Bridges 
Ray Bridges 

Sheila Bridges 
Chuck Bridley 
Helter Brinson 
Doug Broome 
Cassundra Brown 
Lavon Brown 
Lisa Brown 

Wilkie Brown 
Carolyn Brown 
Janet Brown 
William Brown 
Kristie Bryant 
Darlene Buchanan 
Soni Buckalew 

Beverly Buckley 
Lynelle Bufkin 
David Bullock 
Luther Burley 
Maxine Burnett 
Gina Burney 
Melanie Burns 

Vonneice Burt 
Larry Burton 
Sarah Burton 
Rachell Burge 
Lee Ann Burke 
Danny Bush 
John Bush 

Linda Bush 
Lula Bush 
Sharon Bush 
Gloria Butler 
|u(ly Butler 
Donna Calfee 
Brcnda C^allender 

Nancy Ca Render 
Bryan Campbell 
Charles Cannim 
Larry Carey 
Mark Carman 
Terri Carpenter 
Jane Carr 

Mary Cascio 
Diane Centanni 
Mike Centanni 
Natalie Chambers 
Thcmias Chambers 
Sarah Chambliss 
Sandy Chapman 

Ligia Chow 
Carolyn Christian 
Marie Cintgran 
Carolyn Clark 
David Clark 
Edward Clark 
Flvnn Clark 



Seniors 
Seniors 
Seniors 




Coffeehouse Series Spotlight Local Talent 

The Union Coffeehouse Series began the fall semester with a performance by local guitarist and vocal- 
ist, Marsha Daniel. Accompanied by Joe Merritt on the piano and Ralph Holman on the bass, Marsha 
entertained a large crowd in the Union Coffee Shop with a unique style consisting of a fine blend of 
folk rock, country blues and jazz. 

Louie Ehrlich and Scott Miller (pictured above), an acoustic duo, performed in the second of the Union 
Coffeehouses. Erlich and Miller are both from the Gulf Coast and have performed together for over 
four years. The essence of Jazz, a nine-piece jazz ensemble, entertained an enthusiastic audience at the 
last coffeehouse of the fall semester. Featured in the Essence was a brass section, female vocals, bass, 
percussion and woodwinds. 

The series, sponsored by the R.C. Cook University Union gives students and local entertainers a 
chance to perform their talents and provides an excellent source of free entertainment to the student 
body at USM. 



Seniors 

Seniors 
.iors 



Herman Clark 
Nancy Clark 

Patricia Clark 

Daryl Coats 

Sharon Cobb 

Joyce Coggin 

Margaret Cole 

Onnie Cole 

Timothy Collins 

Owen Comans 

Michelle Condon 

Daniel Conn 

Felicia Connor 

Eunice Colley 

Elice Cooper 
Lynn Conner 
Sheila Conner 
James Cook 
Maxine Cook 
Michael Cook 
William Cook 

Gary Cooper 

Glen Copponex 

Daniel Coshatt 

Janice Gotten 

Patti Cowen 

Samuel Cox 

John Grain 

Janis Cravey 

Howel Crawford 

Perri Greel 

Chris Crisler 

Connie Crosby 

Richard Crossley 

Charles Crowell 

Kenneth Crumbly 

James Cumbest 

Michael Cupit 

Donna Currie 

Kennety Curry 

Frank Dale 

Inetta Danizler 



















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Carolyn Davis 
Cathy Davis 
Hamma Davis 
KhdiKJa Davis 
Robert Davis 
Ruby Davis 
Amy Davison 

Lynn Dawson 
AucJrey Daymond 
William deBen 
Thomas Deen 
B(;lh Delia 
Ennis Denham 
DonaUJ Dennis 

R(^b(.'C(;u Diaz 
B(;tty Dickerson 
Rita Dic'verl 
Thad Dillard 
Clarence Dixon 
Edward Dixon 
James Dodder 

M(;linda Doerres 
Barbara Doggetle 
Alisa Dollar 
Heiim Dornbusch 
Lorraine Dore 
Charlotte Dorman 
Joy Draughn 

Victor DuBose 
)enni Ducher 
Terry Duck 
Jane Dulin 
Linda Dungan 
Evelyn Dunn 
Veta Durman 

Jane Durr 
Becky Duvall 
Tony Dyess 
Clemestine Easterling 
Terry Eaves 
Bc^verly Eddleman 
Judy Edwards 

Rutlolph Elizondo 
Yolanda Ellis 
Linda Epps 
Michael Ernst 
Hanna Eubanks 
Karen Eure 
Carolyn Evans 

Theresa Evans 
Bill Everett 
Brenda Fairley 
W.inda Fairley 
Charles Feigel 
Reba Felks 
Lerey Ferguson 

Wanda Ferguson 
r.inya Field 
Angela Fields 
Pamela Fisher 
jo Fleming 
Joseph Fleming 
Mary Florio 

V'octor Flowers 
Bill Foole 
Mark Foster 
Michael F"oster 
Nancy Foster 
Roena Foster 
Tommv Foster 



SENIORS 
SENIORS 
SENIORS 



Clarence Fox 

Bewah Frazier 

Deborah Franklin 

Allen Foxworth 

Paul Freeman 

Eugene Frey 

Kimberly Freeman 

Lisa Fuller 

Chandra Fussell 

Patricia Gaddy 

Dwight Gaines 

Anne Gambell 

Charlene Gammage 

Linda Gandy 

Warren Gardner 

Teresa Gargiulo 

Cynthia Gardner 

John Garner 

Caroline Gary 

Marie Gatlin 

Charles Gavin 

Geneva Gayles 
Cathy Gaylor 
Joel Germany 

Paula Germany 

Mary Gerrard 

Gordon Geter 

Phyllis Geter 

Mack Gibbons 
Phyllis Gibbs 
Charles Gibson 
Janet Gibson 
Martha Gibson 
Wesley Gibson 
Bonnie Gilbert 

Dorthy Gillette 

Brenda Gilmore 

Michael Gilner 

Mark Ginn 

Karen Glancey 

Linton Glidewell 

William Glore 

John Godbold 

Gladys Coins 

Timothy Gonda 

Rhonda Goodman 

Barbara Gorden 

Lisa Goss 

Kathy Cower 

Susan Graham 

Charles Cranberry 

Michael Grant 

Leah Grantham 

Gary Graves 

Catherine Green 

Marsha Green 

Richard Green 

Sammy Green 

Teresa Green 

Forest Gremillion 

Mary Grimes 

Melissa Grimsley 

Gloria Grubbs 

David Guillot 

Vicki Gulsby 

Ronald Guthrie 

Richard Hackney 

William Hartman 

Bobbie Hales 

Peggy Hall 




Seniors 
Seniors 
Seniors 



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Stanton Hall 
Brcnda Hammack 
)am(!S Hammctt 
Owij^ht Hampton 
Sh(Mlar Hampton 
K(!nn(!th Hansing 
D(ibbi(.' Hardee 

lanot Harkins 
Danny Harold 
Lisa Harpc! 
Mack Harper 
Marsha Harp(!r 
)eff Harrington 
|c;ffery Harris 

Michael Harris 
Becky Hart 
Barbara Harvey 
TTiamas Harvey 
William Howard 
Debra Hawley 
Pamela Hawthorne 

Richard Hawthorne 
Deborag Haydel 
lames Hayes 
Kenneth Hayman 
Marie Hayes 
Brenda Hays 
Rickey Hayes 

Sandra Hays 
Ann Heaton 
Valeria Henderson 
Debbie Hendricks 
Richard Henry 
Barbara Herring 
Teressa Harrington 

Stan Hewitt 
Mary Higgs 
[ames Hill 
Pamela Hill 
Shanna Hill 
Robert Hinton 
Willie Hinton 

Karen Hitchcock 
Lynwood Hodge 
Harn,' Hodges 
Elizabeth Holden 
Cheryl Holifield 
Larry Holifield 
Charlotte Holland 

Margaret Hollingsworth 
William Hollingsworth 
Dewey Holmes 
Martha Holmes 
Teresa Holmes 
Barbara Hooker 
Freeman Horlon 

Hal Horton 
Ora Hough 
Karen House 
Hilton Housley 
Michael Hiner 
Sandra Howard 
)immy Howell 

Rachel Howell 
James Hudson 
Terri Huffman 
Deborah Hughes 
Floyd Hughes 
Leslie Hughes 
Antonia Huggar 



Seniors 
Seniors 
Seniors 



Sheila Humphrey 

Barbara Hurst 

Rebecca Husted 

Patricia Ingram 

Anthony lovino 

Teresa Irving 

Peggy Ishee 

Charles Jackson 
Donna Jackson 

Earnest Jackson 
Ramon Jackson 

Randolf Jackson 

Randy Jackson 

Rita Jackson 

Robert Jackson 

Lanita Jasper 

James Jay 

Gary Jefcoats 

Sharon Jefferson 

Toby Jefferys 

James Jenkins 

Charlotte Jernigan 

Karen Jobe 

Kathy Jobe 

Elizabeth Johnson 

Daniel Johnson 

George Johnson 

Stacie Johnston 

Howard Joines 

Bruce Jones 

Carolynne Jones 

Celeste Jones 

Joe Jones 

Judith Jones 

Judy Jones 

Marilynne Jones 

Ramona Jones 

Theresa Jones 

Timmy Kellar 

John Keller 

Cynthia Kendrick 

Jim Kennedy 

Priscilla Kent 

Paula Kern 

Carmie Kerr 

Quintin Kidd 
Byron King 
Helen King 
Lucas King 

Jennifer Kirby 

Cynthia Kitchens 

Doris Klarr 

Stacey Knight 

Virginia Knotts 

Pamela Knox 

William Knox 

Gail Kowrach 

Martin Kuriger 

Jose Kyles 

Anita Lackey 

Betty Lacy 

Donna Ladner 

Karen Ladner 

John Laird 

Mikel Laird 

Janice Lakey 

Richard Lambert 

Jo Ann Landau 

George Lansing 

Patricia Lawrence 




Seniors 
Seniors 
Seniors 




Charles Lawshe 
Francis Lf^ach 
|an(,'l Li!ake 
Adrian Lee 
(^harl(!S Lee 
Amy Lehmann 
Anita Lt^nniip 

Davey L(!wis 
L()ri Leyes 
Donna Lingenfeiter 
Anthony Lockharl 
Sally Lofton 
Monica Logan 
Cassandra Loggins 

Debra Long 
Donna Long 
Austin Lossctt 
Eldra Lott 
Sonyia Louie 
Paula Lowe 
Jo Lunan 

Robert Lynch 
Poppy Lyon 
Diana Lyons 
Richard Lyons 
Keith Magee 
Rachel Magee 
Tom Maloney 

Angle Manguno 
Deborah Mann 
Carolyn Mansour 
Linda Manlhey 
Lucy Manuel 
Vick(!y Maples 
Michael Marascalco 

Keith Marbury 
Madeleine Miirsh 
Phyllis Marshall 
)ohnie Martin 
Tony Martin 
Kathy Mason 
Carrie Massengale 




President's Home 
Goes Up 

A 6.000 square foot two-story (Georgian 
style house will be the home for many 
presidents of the university for years to 
come. Construction of the new USM 
president's home began this year. 

The former president's home was given 

to the Alumni Association by the Board 
of Trustees of Institutions of Higher 
l^earning in 1975 to i)e used as its head- 
quarters. The Alumni House was no 
longer appropriate for use as the home 
for the pr(!sident because of the noise 
level on Highway 49 and Hardy Street. 
The new home is located in the James- 
town section due to lack of space near 
campus. 

"It is an official house in which univer- 
sity personnel conduct business" ex- 
plained President Lucas. The price was 
originally set at $425,00(1. but was later 
raised to $700,000. "A lot of money is 
going into the foundation." stated Dr. 
Powell G. Ogletree. director of alumni 
affairs. "We want this one to last " 



Seniors 
Seniors 
Seniors 



Becky Matthews 

Ronald Matthews 

Sandra Maxey 

Dorothy May 

Joyce Mayfield 

John McAllister 

John McCain 

Brian McCann 

Stephanie McCann 

Kevin McCarthy 

Cynthia McCarty 

Cheri McCook 

Kenneth McCrory 

Daniel McDade 

Frank McDunnah 

Arther McGowen 

Brenda McHan 

Cole Mclnnis 

Terry McKenzie 

David McKey 

Robbin McKinnon 

Beth McLaurin 

Donald McLemore 

Howard McLemore 

Susan McLemore 

Penny McManus 

Marsha McMillan 

Regena McMillan 

Teresa McMullan 

Carolyn McNair 

Debbie McNair 

Michael McNamara 

Stephen McNulty 

Janet McRae 

Barbara McSwain 

Joe Meeks 

Ann Merchant 

Paul Merrill 

Margaret Merritt 

Thomas Meyer 

Stephen Meyers 

Virginia Milazzo 

Connie Miller 

Kathleen Miller 

Margaret Miller 

Martha Miller 

Paulette Miller 

Jacqueline Mills 

Cheryl Milton 

Mary Minchew 
Jerome Miskel 
Sharon Mitchell 
Darryl Mixon 
John Moak 
Thomas Moak 
Richard Monk 

Melinda Montague 

Margaret Montgomery 

Linda Moore 

Roy Moore 

Sylvia Moore 

John Moreau 

Donna Morehead 

Edward Morie 

Del Morris 

Debra Moseley 

James Mullins 

Don Munro 

Patricia Murphy 

Barbara Murray 




Seniors 
Seniors 
Seniors 




lames Murray 
Tcrri Murrell 
William Naylor 
Erii, Ni'al 
Russd Neal 
Donna Neely 
Ray New 

Kirby Newell 
Martha Norris 
Thomas Nickse 
l-onnif! Niels(;n 
Mittie Nimocks 
[iKiith Nix 
Mary Nixon 

(Jindy Noble 
Mary Norris 
l^ura Norsvvorthy 
Cynthia Nunn 
|ill O'Bryan 
Carolyn Ociom 
Karen O'Koren 

James (Miver 
)ane O'Neal 
Cynthia O'Neil 
Margaret O'Neil 
Darlene O'Quin 
Milton Pace 
Paul Padgett 

Daniel Page 
Walter Palmer 
Sarah Panther 
Emily Parham 
Robert Parham 
Kim Parker 
Steven Parker 

Tom Parrott 
)ulie Parsons 
Vincent Passero 
Linda Pate 
Pam Patrick 
lulie Paul 
Linda Payne 

Matiel Payton 
Donna Pearce 
Rachel Pi^arcy 
lames Pearson 
Regina Peepers 
Denise Pennartz 
Brenda Pennington 

Mary Petermann 
Pauline Peters 
Carr\' Pettus 
PaulPhillips 
Diane Pippin 
Da\iti Pisarich 
Pamela Pisarich 

Terry Pitts 
Robert Pless 
Pamela Poirrier 
Robert P-illard 
lerry Polovich 
Richard Polovich 
Tanya Ponder 

Debbie Poole 
joe Pope 
Patricia Porter 
Pamela Prat or 
Robert Presley 
Douglas Price 
Theresa Pullman 



Seniors 
Seniors 
Seniors 



Schley Purvis, Jr. 
Margie Putnam 



Brenda Randall 
Robin Ramey 



Matt Raphael 
lames Ratliff 



Bill Rayborn 
William Rayner 



Anita Rebujiu 
Larry Redd 

Carleton Reed 

Gwen Reed 

James Reeves 

Mike Regenold 

Irvin Rentz 

Flavol Rester 

Sammy Reynolds 

Robert Richards 

Ellen Riley 

Sheila Richardson 

Judy Ring 

Angela Ritchie 

Charles Roberts 

Judy Roberts 

Nanette Roberts 

Robby Roberts 

Scharbra Roberts 

Sharon Roberts 

Emily Robertson 

Mark Robinson 

Nerissa Jean Robinson 

Robin Robinson 

Russel Robinson 

Charles Robitaille 

Sylvia Rogers 

Kathy Rossick 

Stephanie Rounsauille 

Glenda Rowell 

Marna Rushing 

Ronald Rushton 

Janita Russell 

Grady Rutledge 

Peter Saia 

Charles Sanders 

Brian Saucier 




Seniors 
Seniors 




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Darlene Saucier 
Steve Sauls 
Arlies Savell 
Miuiclinc Sciirhnjugh 
Albert Schamber 
Patricia Ann Scheeler 
Thomas Schrader 

David Scot! 
Margaret Scott 
Ronald Scott 
Susan Self 
Debbie Sellers 
Madeline Sfillers 
Robert Sevi(!r 

Karen Seymour 
Cecil Sharp 
David Shaw 
Ken Shaw 
Scott Shearer 
Nancy Sh(!(!man 
Leona Sht^iby 

Janie Sheparfl 
Teresa Shepard 
David Shows 
James Shows 
[ohn Shumock 
Cheryl Silvia 
Sidney Simon 

Coy Simsow 
Gary Sims 
Richard Sims 
Harry Singley 
Patricia Sinopoli 
Tara Sinopoli 
Louis Skrmetta 

Cari Slamons 
Stephen Slote 
Connie Smith 
Debbie Smith 
Donald Smith 
Dorothy Smith 
Edward Smith 

Johnny Smith 
Lula Smith 
Mary Smith 
Melvin Smith 
Nancy Smith 
Paula Smith 
Robin Smith 

Sidney' Snyder 
Debr.i' Spell 
Ivy Spencer 
M.ircia Sperry 
K.iren Spjeldet 
Cynthi.i Spr.itley 
Robert Stanfill " 

Ijndia Staniszew^ski 
Curtis Stamps 
T.immany Steir 
jim Stephens 
Diane Stewart 
Lindia Stewart 
Lindsey Stewart 

Virpi Stewart 
Shelia Stewart 
Martha Strinper 
Toni Stiplet 
Angela Stockstill 
Patricia Stone 
Jim Stoxall 



Seniors 
Seniors 
Seniors 



Bill Strayhan 

Nancy Szalwinski 

Judith Swords 

Margaret Sweeney 

William Sumrall 

Donald Summers 

Mike Sullivan 

Elaine Strong 

Pam Stribling 

Cory Tabb 

Julia Talbert 

Bobbie Talley 

Janice Tanner 

Dan Taylor 

Doug Taylor 

Robert Taylor 

Valerie Taylor 

Ralph Tedder 

Sheila Terrell 

Kathleen Terry 

Wanda Tew 

Debbie Thames 

Debra Thelen 

Annie Thomas 

Jane Thomas 

Jimmy Thomas 

Teresa Thomas 

Charlotte Thompson 

Edna Thompson 

Emily Thompson 

Charles Thompson 

Michael A, Thompson 

Michael Thompson 

Priscilla Thome 

Carole Thornell 

Robert Thornell 

Shirley Thornton 

Kelly Tidwell 

Theodore Tillman 

Michael Tinsley 

David Todd 

Mary Towey 

Cynthia Trest 

Diane Trigg 

George Triggs 

Brenda Turner 

Sharon Turner 

Denise Tyrone 

Joe Valdez 

Harvey Van Winkle 

Louis Varnado 

Deborah Vaughn 

Marie Vinson 

Buck Vogel 

Cynthia VonTempske 

John Wakeland 

Gary Walker 

Michael Walker 

Betty Wallace 

Marcus Wallace 

Steve Walsh 

Paschal Walters 

Cornel Walters 

Mary Kay Ward 

Ricky Ward 

Sandra Ward 

David Waits 

Melinda Waites 

Rosemary Walker 

Marie Ward 




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Seniors 
Seniors 







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Jill Warren 
Kay Watkins 
Diane Watson 
Alan Watts 
Karen Welch 
Reginald Welch 
Robin Welch 

Joey W(!sley 
Paul Wesley 
Don Wetzel 
Jeff White 
Ruth White 
Arvis Wigjjins 
Dara Williams 

Doug Williams 
James Williams 
Jamie Williams 
Lillie Williams 
Linda Williams 
Regina Williams 
Richard Williams 

Richard O. Williams 
Rita Williams 
Sheila Williams 
Susan Williams 
Daniel Williamson 
Cheryl Willis 
Percy Willis 

Mary Alice Wilson 
Thelma Wilson 
Phillip Winchester 
Linda Wingo 
Alvin Winans 
Brenda Woodall 
Kay Woodward 

Paul Woodward 
Robert Worrell 
Diana Wright 
Elizabeth Wright 
Laurie Wright 
George Yates 
Alice Zemp 



Terrence Zimmerman 



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Seniors 
Seniors 



JUNIORS 



Donnell Adams 

Edward Addison 

William Alexander 

Charles Allen 

Charlotte Allen 

Becky Amacker 

Robert Anderson 

Michael Andrews 

Marsha Anglin 

Gary Applegate 

Myron Arrington 

Steve Artman 

Thomas Atkinson 

Larry Atlow 

Kevin Avin 

George Backmann 

Ronald Baer 

Nancy Baker 

Cathy Bales 

Dan Ball 

Kathy Bang 

Madeline Bang 

Jerry Bardwell 

Larry Barlow 

Deborah Barnes 

Debbie Barnes 

Michael Barrineau 

Debbie Bass 

Carl Bates 

Reba Bean 

Amanda Beard 

Ricky Beard 

Janet Beasley 

Tori Bedells 

Wilmuth Bedford 

Leahne Beeman 
Ruby Bell 
Martin Bellah 
Dian Benward 
Virginia Berry 
Jean Berthelot 
Joyce Besant 




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tional running of the game ball to a 
USM football game. A football was ran 
over ninety miles from the University 
of Southern Mississippi Campus to the 
Jackson Memorial Stadium in Jackson. 
Beginning on Friday September 29th, 
the two day relay ended as the last run- 
ner entered the stadium and presented 
the ball to the game officials prior to 
the start of the USM vs. Ole Miss game. 






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The football run was a successful in- 
dicator of full school support for the 
1978 Golden Eagles and is representa- 
tive of the spirit that made USM "Great 






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' Junius 




Dohrii Bigbie 
Wali Biliil 
Jay Hinder 
Paul Bird 
Ging(;r Bishop 
Nancyc Black 
Allan Blackman 

Judy Blackwood 
Bf.'cky Bhjcker 
Kay Bcjl(!ware 
Gr(;g Bollf 
Kanm Boltcn 
Bamhi Bond 
Victoria Bond 

Thomas Bonner 
Roy Bosarge 
Dianne Bostick 
Bebe Boetler 
Evelyn Bonds 
Catherine Bourgeois 
William Bourne 

Susan Boutwcll 
John Bowdcn 
Ann Bowlin 
Debbie Boyd 
Pamela Boyd 
Scott Boyd 
Brenda Bishop 

Teresa Bracken 
Deborah Bradford 
Merry Bradford 
Pam Breazeale 
Marsha Breland 
Janice Brent 
Rita Brewer 

Linda Brice 
Jacquelyn Bridges 
Lisa Bridges 
Victoria Bridges 
Michael Brister 
Mary Jo Brooks 
Becky Brown 

Brill Brown 
Charlotte Brown 
Chuck Brown 
Cynthia Brown 
Debra Brown 
Sandra Brown 
Barbara Bruce 

|ana Bruce 
Audrey Brumfield 
Marsha Bryant 
(]hris Buf.ilo 
l.met Buliard 
Harold Bullock 
Charles Burgess 

Howard Hurkhart 
Frank Burks 
Jackie Burks 
Mechelle Burks 
Linda Burnett 
Nancy Burnham 
Denise Burns 

Donald Burns 
Robin Burton 
Sonya Busby 
Kim Butler 
Bruce Butner 
Russell Byrd 
Carol Bvrnes 



Juniors 
Juniors 
Jur 



Candy Cain 

Cindi Cain 

Harold Cain 

Jimmy Calcote 

Mary Caldwell 

Margery Calvert 

Elizabeth Campbell 

David Carraway 

Bridget Capdepon 

Anna Carlisle 

Michael Carlisle 

Billy Carney 

Charles Carney 

Melinda Carpenter 

Richard Carr 

Chad Carroll 

Alice Carrubba 

Jo Carrubba 

Leslie Carter 

Craig Cason 

Rhonda Cassady 

Lisa Catlett 

Clara Causey 

Yvonne Cavin 

Denise Chambers 

Candice Chandler 

Ron Chatham 

Mary Chesney 

Alice Christian 

Brian Christian 

Robert Christy 

Sarah Church 

Gary Clark 

Lillie Clark 

Susette Clark 

Terry Clark 

Shannon Cleveland 

Vickie Cleckler 

Michael Cline 

Michael Cloy 

Vanessa Coffer 

Alan Cole 

Cynthia Cole 

George Cole 

John Cole 

Letricia Cole 

Tanny Cole 

Tony Cole 

Stephen Coleman 

Willie Collier 

Steven Combest 

Mike Condon 

Mark Conley 

John Conway 

Robert Cook 

Chris Cookson 

Cheri Coon 

Jill Cooper 

Cheryl Coppage 

Maureen Cocoran 

Milan Gotten 

Sharon Coulter 

Robin Cousin 

Ernest Coward 

Richard Cox 

James Craft 

Michael Crandall 

Daniel Creel 

Jim Crews 

Michele Crudup 




Juniors 
Juniors 




Cindy Cumpton 
Chaun Culpepper 
Kathle(!n Curley 
Karen Curry 
Bobby Dallas 
Benlley Davie 
Brenda Davis 

Patrick Davis 
Richard Davis 
Robert Davis 
Ellen Day 
Lisa Day 
Wayne Day 
Senita Dearing 

James Decell 
Richard Deere 
Linda DeLaughter 
Robert Denson 
Mar>' Denton 
Ann Derivaux 
Candy Derrick 

Jan Devine 
Sylvia Dew 
TTiomas Deweese 
Teresa Dickens 
Charlotte Dickerson 
Kathy Dillon 
Chris Dombrowski 

Darlene Donald 
Nazada Donnell 
Linda Dorsey 
Pierce Dotherow 
Dwight Douthit 
Diana Downing 
Steven Downing 

Jacquelyn Drennan 
Frankye Drummonds 
Mandy Duckworth 
Lucy Duncan 
Brenda Dunn 
Faye Dunn 
Nancy Dunn 

Delia Duran 
James Durham 
Denise Duvic 
Billy Edwards 
Carrie Edwards 
Thomas Edwards 
Saad Elmurr 

Michael En^'lish 
Terry Enlow 
Mark Erickson 
Patrice Ervin 
Cynthid Etheridge 
Mary Evans 
David Faerber 

Donna Fail 
Bobby Farris 
Cynthi.i Farris 
Joseph Farris 
William Folder 
Donna Fenn 
Carol Fennell 



Kimherly Ferrill 
William Fike 
Sandra Fields 
Victor Fiorentini 
Howard Fisher 



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Juniors 
niors 



Cindy Fleming 

Gayle Felming 

Marilyn Fleming 

Donald Floyd 

Michael Foley 

Tim Folse 

Gayle Folson 

Anne Formby 

William Fortenberry 

John Foster 

Lee Ann Foster 

Leon Franklin 

Betty Frazier 

Brenda Freeman 

Caroline Freeman 

Janet Furr 

Richard Galle 

Johnny Gandy 

Fred Gargiulo 

Dennis Garraway 

Thomas Garrett 

Ruggero Garsetti 

Charlotte Gastrell 

Brenda Gatian 

Lisa Gault 

Kenneth Goetes 

Wesley Gerald 

Charlene Gibbs 

John Gibbs 

Rosemary Gibson 

Rex Gilbert 

Alison Gill 

Myra Gilmore 

Debbie Gibson 

Fran Glasco 

Susan Godwin 

Martha Gordon 

Mark Grace 

Johnnie Grady 

Jeffrey Graham 

Helen Grant 

Jessie Grant 

Cynthia Graves 

Judy Graves 

Gina Gray 

Donna Grecco 

Alan Greene 

David Greene 

Elizabeth Gregory 

Carl Griffith 

Steven Grigg 

Warren Gross 

Debra Grubbs 

Debbie Guest 

Christopher Guice 

Jill Gunnell 

Skip Guy 

Betsy Guynes 

Kathi Hager 

Adair Hagood 

Phylis Hale 

Suzanne Hale 

Betsy Ham 

Kate Hammond 

Diane Hand 

William Hand 

Susan Hanisee 

Kathy Hardison 

Phyllis Harrington 

Shari Harrington 



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A new organization to promote campus-wide spirit was founded at USM this fall. The "any body can 
belong" group called the Eagle I's got off to an enthusiastic start at the onset of football season. "The 
purpose of the group is to promote spirit for the Golden Eagles," said Bebe Boteler, a transfer studeni 
who first conceived the idea. 






It all began when she ans some others were cheering at the pep rallies but realized they had no group 
to identify with. This promoted the organizational meetings and establishing the Eagle I's as a campus 
organization, now sponsored by the Associated Student Body. 






In their first year, the new Eagle I's made their presence known on campus, at pep rallies and at foot- 
ball games. Winning the spirit stick and other campus honors including a first place award for their 
homecoming display has paid off for the spirited and active group. 









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Dar>'l Harris 
Melissa Harris 
Wanda Harris 
William Harris 
Larry Harrison 
Donald Hart 
Deborah Harvey 

)anet Harvey 
David Hegwood 
Diana Heil 
Teresa Helfrich 
Bridgette Helm 
Angela Helmer 
Bobbi Helms 

Karen Hemphill 
Markal Hendricks 
Teresa Hendrix 
Barbara Henegar 
Nellie Henry 
Regina Henry 
Can,' Herring 

Chuck Herrington 
lames Herrington 
Linda Hicks 
Peggie Hicks 
Dianne Hill 
Donna Hill 
Lyle Hill 

Robert Hill 
Teresa Hill 
Tommy Hill 
fames Hilton 
Phillip Hinesley 
Wanda Hodges 
Phyllis Hogan 

William Hoggatt 
Carol Holland 
Evelvn Holley 
David Holman 
Martin Holmes 
Michael Holmes 
Rena Holston 



Juniors 
Juniors 
Juniors 



Wendy Horn 

Scott Hopper 

Stephen Home 

Kathy Hosey 

Michael Howard 

Shirley Howard 

Donna Howell 

John Howell 

Rebecca Howell 

Sarah Hubbard 

Wynne Huddleston 

Robert Hudson 

Antonio Hughes 

Barbara Hughes 

Brenda Hughes 

Joseph Hughey 

Bunny Humphries 

Robert Humphries 

Darryl Hurt 

Decie Husband 

Kay Hutto 

William Ingraffia 

David Irwin 

Huda Issa 

Hana Issa 

Allen Jackson 

Darlene Jackson 

Cynthia Janus 

Paul Jebour 

Bruce Jenkins 

Conrad Johnson 

Henry Johnson 

Richard Johnson 

Angela Jones 

Cynthia Jones 

Scott Jones 

Larry Jones 

Ramona Jones 

Horace Jordan 

Kenrick Jordan 

Kwang Joy 

Vivian Keen 

Betty Keller 

Sylvia Kendrick 

Daphne King 

Marion King 

James Kirby 

Stacey Knight 

Roy Kolb 

Elisa Krohn 

Eva Krone 

Kim Kulig 

Ray Laasko 

Veronica Ladner 

Donna Ladnier 

Robert Laird 

Ellie Lambert 

Sherry Lambert 

Raymond Landes 

Jennifer Lang 

Julie Langton 

Gail Lanier 

Alphonse Larry 

Gloria Lassiter 

Chris Lauderdale 

Anita Layton 

Patricia Lea 

Kenneth Leach 

Marvin Leake 

Jody Leckich 




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Juniors 





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Anita Lee 
Faith Lee 
John Lee 
Mary Ann Lf;e 
Vivian Lee 
Richard Leggett 
Eric Lennep 

Thomas Lennep 
Linda L(;vequ(; 
Rosetta Leverette 
Klans L(;weck 
Debra Lewis 
jannifer Lewis 
Frann Lex 

Linda Lightsey 
Beverly Lightsey 
Stanley Lindsey 
Felicia Lippincott 
William Little 
Mary Kay Loflin 
Delia Lofton 

Joseph Loftus 
Martha Loftus 
William Long 
Ronald Longsdorf 
Kim Loonan 
Brian Lott 
Kelton Lowery 

Pam Lucky 
Danielle Lutz 
Sandra Lynn 
Cherie McAllister 
Louis McBrayer 
Tammy McCreary 
Ethel McCullum ' 

Cindy McDonald 
Larry McDonald 
Audrey McEwen 
Patrick McGee 
Billy McGehee 
Sherrie McGill 
Susan McGuire 

Doris Mclnnis 
Hollye Mclnnis 
Alex McKay 
Peggy McKee 
Elizabeth McKenzie 
Ward McKenzie 
Troy McKey 

Michael McKinnion 
Linda McLuirin 
William McLaurin 
Karen McLolland 
Brenda McNease 
Claude McNeil 
Susan McPherson 

Chilindia McRaven 
Mamie Maddox 
Bobbie Magee 
Dennis Magee 
[amie Magee 
Mark Magee 
Victoria Malek 

Beth Mallette 
Rebecca Malone 
William Mancuso 
Phyllis Maples 
lay Marine 
[anelhe Marshall 
Brad Martin 



Juniors 
Juniors 



Regina Martin 

Brenda Martin 

Lora Martin 

Tim Martin 

Jean Maschek 

Leonard Masino 

Fred Massengale 

Mary Massey 

Dejuana Mathews 

Rafeal Mathews 

Timothy Mathis 

Sherilyn Matthews 

Debra May 

Janna Means 

Rodger Meinzinger 

Michael Merritt 

David Messer 

Aline Milazzo 

Fred Miller 

James Miller 

Leigh Miller 

Wayne Miller 

Wendy Miller 

James Mills 

Mark Mills 

Margaret Minten 

Wadena Moak 

Patricia Mobley 

Debra Montgomery 

Mae Moody 

Sharon Moody 

Kathy Mooney 

Ben Moore 

Carol Moore 

James Moore 

Jimmy Moore 

Karen Moore 

Gayla Moorhead 

Consuelo Moreno 

David Morris 

Elizabeth Morris 

Kim Morris 

Paula Morse 

Carol Mosley 

Ben Moulds 

Melanie Moulton 

Donald Murphy 

Laura Muse 

Deborah Myers 

Jackie Naitove 
Regina Neely 
Dewayne Nelson 
Gerald Nelson 
John Newman 
Charles Ngwu 
David Nichols 

Margaret Nichols 

Keith Nielson 

Jean Nikolaus 

Kevin Noble 

Nancy Nobles 

Rita Nobles 

Patricia Nordan 

Frank Noto 

Richard Notter 

William Nunnery 

Joseph O'Conner 

Sheryl Odom 

Ann dinger 

Michael O'Neill 




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Juniors 



iiors 




Milch OQuin 
Trccia Osadchuk 
Linda Overal 
William Pace 
Kim Palmer 
Vicky Palmer 
Paul Panquerne 

Genie Parker 
Gwen Parker 
Mike Parks 
Patricia Parrolt 
Frances Passero 
Juanita Patt 
Beth Paul 

Ray Payton 
Sherrill Pearson 
Renee Peepers 
Karen Penny 
June Perry 
Rita Peterman 
William Pettey 

Susan Phipps 

Sheila Pierce 

Greg Pietrangelo 

Patsy Pigott 

Debbie Ann Pilkenton 

Laura Pitalo 

Sarah Pitalo 

Frances Pitman 
Wanda Pitts 
Doris Poole 
Velma Posey 
Laurie Pound 
Cindy Powell 
Vernon Powell 

Kathy Prehoda 
Aaron Prendergast 
Ivy Price 
Philip Price 
Russell Prisock 
Johnny Pryos 
Becky Pugh 

Donald Pulliman 
Danetta Quarles 
Teresa Raden 
Darlene Randall 
Barbara Ransom 
Darlene Read 
John Read 

Louis Ready 
Allan Reed" 
George Reed 
Lynda Reeves 
Martha Reeves 
Elazabelh Reid 
Donna Reynolds 

Rennre Rhodeman 
Steven Richards 
Pat Richardson 
Stan Riles 
Karen Rimanich 
Deborah Ritchie 
Elizabeth Roberts 

Jay Roberts 
Kathy Roberts 
Sammy Roberts 
Eddie Robmson 
Libby Roberts 
Susan Robertson 
Michael Robinson 



Juniors 
Juniors 
Juniors 



B7CJ 



Randy Robinson 

Virginia Robinson 

Tommy Rocconi 

Felicia Rochelle 

Beverly Rogers 

Charles Rogers 

Beth Rolfs 

Sue Rollins 
Ann Rooney 

Becky Ross 
Darlene Ross 

Phillip Ross 

Willis Ross 
Karen Rowell 

Vivian Rowzec 

Caroline Royal 

Ken Rushing 

Mary Rushing 

Donald Rutledge 

Lisa Sandifer 

Cindy Sarris 

Carolyn Sartin 

Faye Saucier 

Sue Savell 

Dorothy Schenkel 

Bruce Scholz 

Lou Ann Schrotter 

Karen Scott 

Christopher Seal 

Mark Seal 

Carol Segars 

Kathy Selstrom 

Deborah Shafer 

Charles Sharpton 

Patsy Shealy 

Becky Shelton 

Randle Shepherd 

Richard Shepard 

Lloyd Shubert 

Cassie Shuford 

Bonnie Sibley 

Caren Sibley 

Donna Sick 

Theresa Sikes 

Danae Simmons 

Gregory Simms 

Richard Sims 

Sherry Singley 

Susan Singley 

Joy Sistrunk 

Frank Sita 

Beverly Smith 

Cheri Smith 

Dennis Smith 

Ginger Smith 

Gwen Smith 

Kathryn Smith 

Kelly Smith 

Lisa Smith 

Louise Smith 

Mary Smith 

Patricia Smith 

Elmer Smith 

Terry Smith 

Tim Smith 

Mary Smylie 

Patsy Snow 
Cassie Sollie 

Jeff Somers 
Mitzi Sowell 




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Juniors 
Juniors 

Jun- 




Susan Spnncfir 
Carrie Spinks 
Amanda Sproles 
Susan Stamps 
Vicki Statham 
Elizabeth Steele 
Ken Stephens 

Don Stephens 
Dawn Stewart 
Cindy Stone 
Diane Stone 
Greg Stone 
Patti Ston 
Steve Stout 

Iris Strickland 
Lynne Strickland 
Vicki Strickland 
Joan Sturdivant 
Bernice Sturkie 
Mary Suggs 
Jay Souts 

Judy Sullivan 
Eva Sumlin 
Kim Sumrall 
Cheryl Swales 
Debra Swinney 
Bunny Tanner 
Steven Tate 

Ava Taylor 
David Taylor 
Tracy Taylor 
Thomas Temple 
Robert Thigpen 
Beverly Thigpen 
Susan Thomas 

Charles Thompson 
Robert Thompson 
Karen Thornhill 
Emily Thorne 
Gary Thorne 
John Thornton 
Richard Tippin 

Steve Tipton 
Oscar Tissue 
Nancy Towne 
Hai Tran 
Alice Trickett 
Mary Trudell 
Judie Truitt 

Issac Tucker 
David Turner 
Cheryl Twiner 
Clayton Tynes 
Rebecca Tynes 
Patty Tyra 
Donald Tyrone 

Laurel Uhlig 
Caryl Underwood 
Judy LIndenvood 
Steven Underwood 
Mike Upton 
Sherry Vance 
David Van Hooser 

Valerie VanZant 
Martha Vaughn 
Janet Veazey 
Ricky Villarreal 
Dennis Vital 
Roy Wack 
Margaret Wade 



Juniors 
Juniors 



David Wakeland 

Janelle Walker 

William Walker 

Kim Walley 

Clemintine Walters 

Marcia Walters 

David Wand 

Joseph Ward 

Teresa Ware 

Malcolm Warren 

Bennie Warren 

Joseph Warwick 

Ron Washburn 

Sherry Washburn 

Beth Watkins 

Gladys Watkins 

Dawrn Watson 

Edward Watson 

Mary Watts 

Suzette Watts 

Leah Weaver 

Karen Webb 

Jon Weir 

William Welborn 

Cheri Wells 

Janet Wells 

Jerry Wells 

Martha Wells 

Sandra Wells 

James West 

William West 

Cheryl Westbrook 

Charlotte Western 

Bryan Westmoreland 

Steve Wheat 

Scott Wheeler 

Eli Whitaker 

Gwen White 

John White 

Mary White 

Alice Whitley 

Frances Whitlock 

Stan Whitney 

Barbara Wigginton 

William Willoughby 

Robert Whittington 

Becky Wilkinson 

Judy Williams 

Laurence Williams 

Scott Williams 

Walter Williford 

Francies Wilson 

Robin Wilson 

Donald Winbourne 

Roger Wirtz 

Lauren Withers 

Cecil Wolfe 

Wanda Woodall 

Mike Wright 

Judy Yarborough 

Lea Yarbrough 

Beth Yeager 

Carl Yeager 



Lewis Yeargan 

Mitzi Yelverton 

Carol Yoder 

Barbara Yost 

David Ziegler 

Julie Ziegler 




Juniors 

Juniors 

ors 




Youth Congress '78 

Seven U.S.M. students got a chance to learn first-hand about the Missis- 
sippi Legislative System when they attended the thirty-first annual Youth 
Congress, October 19, 20, and 21. 

Party caucuses, bill proposals, campaigns, and elections kept the U.S.M. 
delegation busy throughout the weekend event held in Jackson. Delegates 
were Jeff White, chairman; Angle Manuno, Beth Reedy, and Stan Riles. Carl 
Brewer, Paul Freeman, and Nancy Knight attended as alternates. 

Students of all ages from Mississippi attend the event yearly because of 
their desire to learn about the state's legislative system. High School stu- 
dents made up the House of Representatives, while Junior Colleges and Uni- 
versity students composed the Senate. 

The delegates elected a house speaker, clerk and party leaders who func- 
tion as in normal legislative bodies. Southern's delegate, Manguno was 
elected clerk of the Senate and delegate Reedy was elected Secretary of the 
Republican Party to end the weekends activities. 



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SOPHOMORES 



Beverly Adams 
Ralph Ainsworth 
Carolyn Alexander 
JoAnna Alfonso 
Charolotte Alford 
Hollis Alford 
Jon Allen 

Phillip Allen 
Barbara Allshouse 
Dale Anderson 
Peggy Anderson 
Ken Andrews 
Trina Andrews 
Steve Applebaugh 

Deborah Arnold 
Shern,' Arrington 
Robbie Ashcr 
David Aultman 
Pamela Aultman 
Rhonda Balius 
Linda Bane 

Donna Barber 
Sheila Barber 
Tracy Barham 
Amy Barker 
Herbert Barr 
Elbert Barton 
Shawn Bates 

Susan Bates 
Joe Bearden 
Brett Beckman 
Martin Benn 
Roy Benlley 
Gina Beverly 
Lynda Blair 

Sophomores 
Sophomores 
Sophomores 



Cavin Bodouin 

John Boehnlein 

Eldon Bolton 

Tina Book 

Cynthia Borasley 

Mike Bouchen 

Sandie Bowen 

Joan Boyd 

Cindy Bracken 

Michael Bradshaw 

Pam Bramlett 

Vivian Breakfield 

Pauline Bridges 

Michele Branson 

Rebecca Breeland 

Ellis Britton 

Gayle Brocket 

Ladd Broom 

Charles Broome 

Don Brown 

Jacqueline Brown 

Warnella Brown 

Wallace Brumfield 

Caren Bryant 

Mary Bryant 

Joye Buquoi 

Judy Burchfield 

Teri Burgess 

Douglas Burkhart 
William Butler 
Cynthia Butts 
Terri Byrd 
Timothy Byrd 
David Carlson 
Ron Carpenter 

Pam Caroll 

Deborah Carter 

Mary Carter 

John Chambliss 

Liz Chamoun 

Diana Chandler 

Charles Chassains 

Angela Clark 

Cindy Clayton 

Danny Coats 

lyan Cobb 

Bettye Coghlan 

Kay Coker 

Susan Cole 

David Coleman 

Kathy Coley 

Cindy Colin 

Mike Conway 

Douglas Conwill 

Carroll Cook 

Charles Cook 

Jacquelyne Cook 

Robin Cooke 

Susan Copening 

Kenneth Coppage 

Beckie Corley 

Robert Cornett 

Jay Cotten 

James Cox 

Susan Cox 

Joe Crabb 

Lisa Craig 

Steven Cralle 

Sandra Crandall 

Al Crane 




Sophomores 
Sophomores 



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Kernan Crawford 
Margarul Crecelius 
Susan Crews 
Allen Crimm 
John Oossley 
Vivian Cubillan 
Pamela Culberson 

Don (Cumberland 
Durand Curtis 
Cynthia Dali; 
Carol Daughdnll 
Kenneth Daughtrey 
Deborah Davis 
Nancy Davis 

Greg Dawkins 
Terri Dawson 
Lisa Deas 
Walter Dees 
Michael Dickson 
Elizabeth DiGrazia 
Paula Dixon 

Denise Dodd 
Cindy Doty 
Donald Douglas 
Kirk Drake 
Marie Dronet 
|oy Dunn 
Joey Duralde 

leff Dykes 
Ginger Earwood 
|oe Edgeworth 
Bennie Edwards 
Donna Edwards 
Kendra Ellis 
Linda Ellis 

Kathy Emmich 
Angela Estrada 
Betty Ann Eure 
Debbie Evans 
Donald Evans 
Michael Evans 
Scott Evans 

Tracy Fairley 
Marie Fayard 
Nadine Fayard 
Kathy Fearing 
Marci Fessenden 
Kathy Finn 
Arthur Fish 

Martin Fitzgerald 
Brenda Floyd 
loan Floyd 
Pamela Forbes 
Margaret Fortenberry 
Rhonda Fortenberry 
Robert Fortenberry 

Celeste Foster 
Candi Fountain 
Jeff Fowler 
Kay Franks 
John Freeman 
Rhonda Fn>eman 
Ted Freshour 

Rhonda Frierson 
Rebecca Frisby 
Karen Fuller 
John Gandy 
Frederick Gaston 
Katherine Geddie 
Janet Gent 



Sophomores 
Soplioinores 
Sophomores 



Casey Gessner 

Hartwell Gex 

Constance Gibbs 

Grace Gibson 

Ben Gill 

Russ Gillis 

Elizabeth Gilmore 

William Ginn 

Cassandra Gomez 

Shae Goodman 

Jerrie Gordon 

Dana Gower 

Warren Graham 

Robin Grannell 

Mary Grantham 

Marbeth Gray 

Jerry Green 

Rosie Green 

Gregory Greer 

Teresa Gregory 

Denise Grice 

Timothy Grierson 

Dan Grieve 

Pamela Griffin 

Kaysia Grosscup 

Guy Crush 

David Gunn 

Barry Guthrie 

William Guy 

Mary Hackney 

Helen Haddock 

Laura Haddox 

Susan Hageman 

Patricia Hales 

Katherine Halpin 

Donna Hamel 

Craig Hamilton 

Walter Hamilton 

Connie Hamrick 

Kim Haney 

John Hankins 

Susan Hannan 



Dr. Panko 
and his cans 



Frothingslosh, Quittin' Time, Sebewaing, Dunks, 
Hop n' gator, Hudy Delight, Crossroads, Oertels 92 
. . . recognize any of these names? 

This is just a sample of the many thousands of beer 
cans on and off the market today. The list comes 
from the organized jottings in the little black book of 
Dr. Tom Panko, associate professor of Sociology, 
who is a recent and avid member of the Beer Can 
Collectors of America (BCCA). 

Panko has acquired close to 700 cans from all over 
the world in just one year as a member. "My interest 
started about nine or ten months ago, a lot of kids in 
my subdivision were collecting beer cans," said Dr. 
Panko. "I collected around 600 cans and went to my 
first 'canvention' in New Orleans in February of '78 
. . . that's what turned me on to it. 

(Taken from Dr. Panko's unCANny collection by 
Sue Shearer, appearing in the September 19, 1978 
Student Printz.) 





Sophomores 
Sophomores 
Sophomores 







Nancye Hardy 
John Harmon 
Frances Harrnll 
Heather Harrington 
Barbara Harris 
Ginger Harris 
Richard Harris 

Becky Harrison 
Cheryl Harry 
David Hase 
Dana Hathorn 
Kim Hathorn 
Hank Hawes 
Sherri Hays 

Kathy Heald 
Kathryn Heildberg 
Marshae Henderson 
Nancy Hendricks 
Joe Hendrix 
Cindy Hcmningsem 
Calvin Hewitt 

Kenny Hill 
Sherri Hilyer 
Sydney Hines 
Bradley Hinman 
Ramona Hinton 
Danya Houge 
Kim Hoke 

Melinda Holland 
TTieresa Holland 
Mary Kay Holmes 
Robert Honeycutt 
Coy Hosch 
Jimmy Howard 
Janice Hudnall 

Dolly Hughes 
Sandra Hughes 
Diane Humphries 
Richard Hurst 
Shelia Husband 
Teresa Irby 
Anthony Ireland 

Rhonda Ivy 
Mike Irwin 
Jennifer Jackson 
Mark Jackson 
Robbin Jackson 
Rubye Jackson 
Russell Jackson 

Dennis James 
Phil [arrel 
Cynthia Jernigan 
Cynthia Jody 
Archie Johns 
Ardenia Johnson 
Cheryl Johnson 

Gayle Johnson 
Janice Johnson 
Joel Johnson 
I^iri Johnson 
Sarah Johnson 
Cindy Jones 
Jeanne Jones 

Laura Jones 
Mar\- Jones 
Rebecca Jones 
Sandra Jones 
Shirley Jones 
Margaret Jordan 
Monica Jordan 



Sophomores 
Sophomores 
Sophomores 



Ron Jordon 

Joan Katzenmeyer 

Johnny Kenna 

Missy Kennedy 

Jim Kensorthy 

Katie Kette 

Lenrose Killegrew 

Carolyn Kimbrough 

Roy King 

Janice Kettell 

Kim Kleinpeter 

Wayne Kleppinger 

Karen Knight 

James Korte 

McMeekin Korte 

Righard Kringel 

Karen Krug 

Cheryl Kushner 

Rebecca Kyzar 

T.C. LaBiche 

Angle Lammons 

Phil Landers 

Bettie Landrum 

Debbie Landrum 

Joseph Lanford 

Bruce Lang 

Randy Langford 

Lisa Lane 

Kay Laughlin 

Pamela LaVigne 

Jefferey Layton 

Steve Lazenby 

Claudette Lecoq 

Paul Leonard 

Martha Leslie 

Cynthia Leverette 

Lula Leverette 

David Levine 

Barbara Lightsey 

Dean Linder 

Mary Lindgren 

Charles Lindsay 

Nancy Littlepage 

Richard Long 

Debra Lopez 

Leigh Ann Lovell 

Janice Lowery 

Ginnie Lucas 

Michael Lucius 

Fetecia Lynn 

Susie Lyons 

Mark McArthur 

Deborah McBroom 

Tami McCaskell 

Tammy McClellan 

Doc McCoy 

Pamela McCoy 

Tammy McDonald 

Kitty McElroy 

Perry McGee 

Thomas McGee 

Kathleen McGehee 

Mike Mclnnis 

Kathy McKay 

Rebecca McLaurin 

Jeff McLelland 

Robbin McNeil 

Carmen McRaven 

Don McVan 

Brenda McWilliams 




Sophomores 



omores 




Vernily Mackabee 
Angela Magee 
Marcel Maif.T 
loetle Majure 
Gail Manning 
Marjorie Mansfield 
Cathy Mansour 

Brian Mape^s 
Sandra Mardis 
|an Marine 
Leslie Maris 
Abi Marshall 
Mike Marshall 
Gwendolyn Martin 

Laura Martin 
Jose Martin(;z 
Julie Martinolich 
Bev(!rly Mason 
Cynthia Massey 
Bishop Mays 
Mary Menasco 

Monique Miller 
William Miller 
Frances Mills 
Ginny Milstead 
Mike Milthorp 
Donald Mims 
Vanessa Mingo 

Libby Moffelt 
Sandra Moone 
Tonya Mooney 
Barbara Moore 
Patrice Moore 
Rebekah Moore 
Helen Moran 

Kristi Mordica 
April Morris 
Sandra Morrison 
Dani Mottola 
David Moulder 
Lerron Mounger 
Lynn Mullen 

Angela Murdock 
Joey Mutter 
Julie Myers 
Nancy Myers 
Raul Nurvaez 
Tanya Necaise 
Sharon Ncirynck 

David Netterville 
Patricia Newell 
Terry Newson 
Robert Nichloson 
Charles Norman. Jr. 
Daviv Nourse 
Leal Nultall 

Daniel OKeefe 
Darienne Oliver 
Sylvia 0\erby 
Triceta Pace 
Mary Parker 
Patty Parkman 
Joyce Parks 

Patricia Parrish 
Vicki Patrick 
Brenda Patterson 
Theda Pearce 
James Pendergrass 
Brenda Perkins 
Steven Peters 



Sophomores 
Sophomores 
Sophomo 



Tonia Phelps 

Kathy Pizzetta 

Betty Plunk 

Catherine Podlin 

Debbie Ponder 

Marilyn Pope 

Jeffery Porth 

Lynn Presley 

Curits Peice 

Lisa Prince 

Pam Proctor 

Michael Pruitt 

Sylvia Purvis 

Jean Pustay 

Katherine Quince 
Jim Rassier 
Cynthia Ratcliff 
Kathryn Ratcliff 
Wade Ratcliff 
Sandra Rayborn 
Elizabeth Reedy 

Charles Reeves 

Teresa Regan 

William Rehmann 

Mary Rey 

Leah Richards 

Cynthia Richardson 

Wynn Rivers 

Gregory Roberts 
Howard Robertson 

Robin Robinson 

Vickie Robinson 

Susan Rogers 

Anne Marie Rosato 

Connie Rushton 

Paula Russum 

Donald Sadler 

Janet Sailor 

Clark Sanders 

Sheila Sandifer 

Regina Saucier 

Susan Saulters 

Clarissa Savell 

Kathleen Saville 

Dwayne Schaefer 

Lela Scranage 

Belva Seals 

Robin Segrest 

Sandra Sellers 

Karen Sewell 

Bobbi Shav^f 

Elizabeth Shaw 

Tim Shelton 

Ella Shines 

Miriam Shipley 

Ken Shows 

Steven Shuck 

Myrna Simmons 

Vander Singleton 

Mareen Sistrunk 

Dennis Slaughter 

Tina Slay 

Butch Smith 

Darrell Smith 

Debi Smith 

Mark Smith 

Michael Smith 

Mike Smith 

Missy Smith 

Mitzie Smith 




Sophomores 
Sophomores 
Sophomores 




Richard Smith 
Rickey Smith 
Stephanie Smith 
Bruce Smyiie 
Ehzabeth Sneed 
Torrence Sneed 
Debra Snyder 

Kathy Sotile 
Diane Speaker 
Harver Spell 
Nancy Spence 
Steven Spillmann 
Kevin Stanton 
Rhonda Staples 

|udy Steen 
Lydia Steiner 
Lamar Stennis 
Vicky Stephens 
Cheri Stewart 
Tracy Stewart 
Debbie Stiglet 

Deborah Stone 
Stephanie Strahan 
Ken StriblinjJ 
Dixie Stringer 
Robert Stroo 
Dejuan Stroud 
]esse Stuart 

Angela Sullivan 
Tammie Summerlin 
Tammie Sumrall 
Mary Swogetinsky 
Melinda Tankersley 
Edgar Taylor 
Sally Tempel 

Susan Thigpen 
Karen Thomas 
Terri Thomas 
Cindy Thompson 
Robert Thompson 
Alfreda Tillman 
Deborrah ToUeson 




"Thursday Night at the Movies" Attendance Soars 

The University Activities Council's "Thursday Night at the Movies" set all time records this year with the showing of 
"Blazing Saddles", Mel Brook's spoof on the wild west. The nights total audience for the January 25th showing was 
1,434, surpassing the previous record set at 1,319 by "One flew Over the (Cuckoo's Nest". 

Over 11,500 USM students attended last year's series alone that included such favorites as "The Turning Point '. "Oh 
God", "The Sting", "The Deep", "Slap Shot", "The Omen ", 'Silver Streak ", "Heroes ". "One on One ", "Julia", and 
"Looking for Mr. Goodbar". 



Sophomores 
Sophomores 
Sophomores 



Mark Townsend 

Kimberly Townsend 

Glenn Travis 

Karen Trest 

Karen Trevillion 

Linda Turk 

Rusty Turner 

George Vanderheiden 

Melanie Vann 

Susan Vaughn 

Victoria Vaughan 

Jeannene Villarrubia 

Michael Vogel 

Glen Voll 

John Wagner 

Cynthia Walker 

Wendy Walker 

Oliver Walley 

LeAnne Wallis 

Janis Walls 

Johnny Walton 

Kathy Ware 

Danita Wargo 

Curtis Washington 

Jim Watkins 

Ernie Watson 

Karen Watson 

Tamara Watson 

Timothy Watts 

Becky Weaver 

Jimmy Weaver 

Bera Welborn 

Judy Wells 

Shirley Wells 

Stuart Wentworth 

Martha White 

Sean White 

Rhett Whitley 

Penelope Whitmore 

Linda Wilborn 

Mark Wilkinson 

Amy Williams 

Marilyn Williams 

Mary Williams 

Linda Willis 

Cassandra Wilson 

Ginger Wilson 

Kristina Wilson 

Teresa Wilson 

Marcella Wismann 

Eddie Wolverton 

Brenda Woods 

Carlette Woods 

Billy Woodson 

Sandi Woolf 

Michael Wright 



Sandra Wright 

Steven Wright 

Mark Yeager 

Ruth Young 




Sophomores 
Sophomores 



FRESHMEN 




C^arol Adams 
Robert Adams 
Carlton Adcock 
T(!rry Adkins 
Martha Allison 
David Anderson 
Karen Anderson 

Marvin Anderson 
Sh(!rri And(!rson 
Marisue Arledge 
Alice Armstrong 
Karen Armstrong 
Kenneth Armstrong 
Rose Arnold 

Amy Ashley 
johnny Atherton 
Linda Atkisson 
Sabrina Avara 
Tim Baggett 
Larry Bagley 
Christopher Baker 

Diane Baker 
Robert Baker 
Arline Balduf 
Jon Ball 
Amy Ballard 
Alison Ballew 
Warren Baria 

James Barrett 
Elizabeth Barton 
David Battaglia 
Pearl Battle 
Thomas Bouer 
Lisa Baymiller 
Patricia Beasley 

John Beckham 
Robert Bedell 
Donna Beech 
Donna Belch 
Carol Benedickt 
Donald Benefield 
Larry Bennett 

Pamela Bern,' 
Rebecca Bern,' 
Susan Berry 
Toby Berryhill 
Susan BesI 
Louis Beverly 
Donna Bielstien 

Randall Bissell 
Michael Bledsoe 
John Bohmes 
Charles Bolton 
Michele Bond 
Belinda Boone 
Karen Boone 

Debbie Borries 
Kimberly Boscherl 
Cathy Bosley 
Lance Bowc 
Pamela Bowers 
Donna Bowman 
Deborah Bradley 

Therese Brady 
Barbara Bragg 
Clara Brasseal 
Timothy Brelcnd 
BarPi Bn^wer 
Ralph Brewer 
Tommy Bridges 



Freshiixen 
Freshmen 
Freshmen 



Robert Briggs 
Linda Bright 



Angela Brister 
Edsel Brock 



Mark Brown 
Sandra Brown 



Vicki Brown 
Joy Brumfield 

Craig Bryant 

Pamela Bryant 

Bryant Buchanan 

Dick Buchanan 

Yvonne Buchanan 

Rebecca Burkes 

Samuel Burkrtt 

Shanna Bullard 

Susie Bullard 

Melodie Burns 

Greg Busche 

Lisa Cain 

James Caldwell 

David Callaway 

Cindy Cameron 

Lisa Carballo 

Mark Carmichael 

Michael Carpenter 

Ronald Carraway 

Donald Carson 

Tammy Carter 

Terri Case 

Beverly Cash 

Ellen Chapin 

Sue Chase 

Sharlene Chastain 

Caren Chatham 

Ingrid Chinn 

John Christian 

Audrey Clark 

Cathy Clayton 

Russell Cloy 

JoEllen Cochran 

Marie Cochran 

Kathie Coger 

Carolyn Cole 

Mike Colin 

Susan Collmer 

Kip Collum 

Caroline Cook 

Charles Cook 

Donna Cook 



Freshmen 
Freshmen 



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a 



special 

part 

of U.S.M. 

Beginning in 1969, as a track and field event with 150 partici- 
pants, Mississippi Special Olympics now involves nearly 10,000 
mentally retarded individuals who take part in four statewide 
events and numerous district competitions. 

Mississippi Special Olympics is funded by the Mississippi Leg- 
islature and is co-sponsored by the Mississippi Division of Mental 
Retardation and the University of Southern Mississippi. 

The most unique facet of Special Olympics is that it is run al- 
most entirely by volunteers. Even though only one statewide 
meet, swimming, is held at USM, over 80% of all volunteers are 
associated with the university. USM students, faculty, depart- 
ment chairman and employees have all contributed to making 
Mississippi Special Olympics the success it is today. 





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Frances Cook 
Kerry Cook 
Nancy Cook 
Thomas Cook 
Marie Cooley 
Johnny Copeland 
Joel Coppage 

Sandy Cordell 
Carolyn Corwin 
Gordon Coruell 
Joy Cotten 
Darren Cowart 
Paul Cox 
Mary Crawford 

Tracy Creel 
Ivan Crossley 
Nancy Cross while 
William Crowley 
David Crump 
Lynda Cruthirds 
John Culberson 

Michael Cure 
Sandra Currie 
Sheila Currie 
Daniel Daley 
Tung Dang 
Sue Daniels 
Carl Daugherty 

Susan Davenport 
Debbie Davis 
Delphine Davis 
Jeannie Davis 
John Davis 
Joyce Davis 
Sheri Davis 

Jerri Dawson 
Paula Daymond 
Sherry Dear 
Charles DeDeaux 
Amelia Deen 
Susan Delmas 
Nadine Demetropolis 

Jan Denton 
Michael Diaz 
Lx)rie Dickerson 
Randy Dickerson 
John Dickson 
Thomas Dickson 
Denise Dieckman 

I.asonya Doggett 
Tracie Doherty 
Daniel Doyle 
Melanie Draul 
Clenn Driskell 
Darrtjn Dueitt 
Kenny Duff 

Rebecca Duke 
James Dukes 
Kay Dyess 
Jennie Donald 
Frank Easterling 
Robin Eiserloh 
\'irginia Ellis 

Teemond Ellsworth 
Joyce England 
Malcolm English 
Brend.i Evans 
Lorrie Evans 
Maria Everett 
Sue Eubanks 



Freshmen 
Freshmen 
Freshmen 



Jeffery Eure 

Sabrina Ezelle 

James Farris 

Cynthia Faulk 

Michelle Fausnaugh 

David Faust 

Bonita Ferdinand 

Karen Fidler 

Erin Finley 

Larry Fite 

Leslie Fleming 

Sandra Fleming 

Celia Floyd 

Janet Floyd 

Bill Ford 

Laurie Ford 

Gina Forsyth 

Lisa Foster 

Patricia Franklin 

Joe Freeman 

Linda Freeman 

Lisa Freeman 

Ricky Freibert 

Leanne Friend 

Lisa Friloux 

Sarah Frye 

Melora Furr 

William Fulcher 

Janis Gambell 

Sharon Garbin 

David Garrett 

Lori Garside 

Rose Garulo 

Anne Gaston 

Melissa Gaston 

Walter Gautier 

Megan Gavin 

Sharon Geil 

James Geoghegan 

Angee Gettys 

Carol Gieger 

Ernest Ginn 

John Givens 

William Claddings 

Melissa Gordin 

Bradford Gordon 

Debra Graham 

Tina Gray 

Carmen Green 

Kimberly Green 

Bobby Greer 

John Grice 

Michael Grill 

Cassandra Grimsley 

Vickie Gryder 

Angle Guercio 

Perilyn Guernsey 

John Guice 

Freda Guillot 

David Guizerix 

James Gunkel 

Kenda Gutsch 

Tracey Guy 

Nicholas Haas 

Mark Haigler 

Lauren Hales 

Marie-Suzanne Hay 

Thomas Hall 

Rubert Hamilton 

Greg Hammer 




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Freshmen 
Freshmen 




Kim Hammond 
Donna Harbin 
Lisa Harbour 
Bryan Harger 
Kitty Hargrove 
Jacquelyn Harper 
Edna Harris 

Namon Harris 
Beth Harrod 
Barbara Harvey 
Robert Haskin 
Cindy Hastings 
Steve Hatton 
Ottis Havard 

Elisha Hawkins 
Priscilla Hayden 
Joyce Hayes 
Cynthia Henderson 
George Henry 
Charles Hewitt 
Ron Hickman 

Cheryl Higginbotham 
Roy Higginbotham 
Donald Hill 
Sally Hill 
Carolyn Hilton 
Cheryl Hindman 
Tina Hines 

Yvetta Hines 
Cheryl Hinesley 
Mary Houge 
Steven Holland 
Denise Holloway 
Kenneth Holloway 
Stan Holmes 

Kevin Holyfield 
Mary Hooker 
Sally House 
Gregory Howell 
Loren Howell 
Brenda Hudson 
Sandra Huff 

Melinda Hunt 
Tammy Hussar 
Mike Ingraffia 
Jennifer Ingram 
Wayne Imgram 
Tamara Inman 
Kathleen Irvin 

Lisa Irwin 
Afife Issa 
Williiim labour 
Gail Jackson 
George Jackson 
Mark Jackson 
Robyn Jackson 

Sheila Jackson 
Tamra Jackson 
Thelma Jackson 
(Clifford J.ime^ 
Kenneth Jarrel 
Russell Jennings 
Debra Johnson 

Janet Johnson 
Marsha Johnson 
Richard Johnson 
David Jones 
Rebecca Jones 
Mary Jopes 
Robin Jordan 



Freshmen 
Freslimen 
Freshmen 



USM Students 
Advance to 
International Finals 

Two USM students captured first place hon- 
ors at the Region VI Games Tournaments of 
the Association of College Unions-Inter- 
national earlier this year. Competing against 
18 teams, Cyndi Alford and Angelo Damico 
placed first in foosball competition held in 
early February at Georgia Tech University in 
Atlanta, Georgia. 

Schools from Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and 
Mississippi sent representatives to compete in 
foosball, bowling, table tennis, chess, frisbee 
and billiards. Angelo and Cyndi advanced to 
regional competition after winning the local 
Union Gameroom Tournaments in November. 
They will go to the international finals in 
Reno, Nevada, April 13-15. 

Angelo is a co-op student majoring in elec- 
tronics and Cyndi is majoring in Art. Both are 
juniors and are originally from Brookhaven, 
Mississippi. 




Vickie Jordan 

Cindy Joyner 

John Kassel 

Michael Kasaj 

Terri Kee 

Roy Keen 

Susan Keene 

Melissa Keeter 

Janice Keith 

Paul Keith 

Deborah Kern 

Patricia Kersh 

Thomas Kidd 

Stephanie Kilbourn 

Gail Killebrew 

Kevin King 

Montgomery Kirk 

Theresa Kiser 

Amy Knight 

Burt Knight 

Nancy Knight 

Susan Kramer 

Phyllis Krug 

Denise Ladner 

Pamela Ladner 

Ruston Ladner 

Todd Ladner 

Thomas Ladner 

Ronald Lafon 
Cynthia Lamb 
Lisa Lancaster 

Larry Ladnier 
David LaVigre 

Cindy Lawler 
Angela Lee 

Douglas Lee 

Mary Lee 

Ramona Lee 

Mark Lekich 

Leslie Leonard 

Christopher Lewis 

George Lewis 




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Freshmen 
Freshmen 




Patricia Lewis 
Linda Lightsey 
Nayna Lightsey 
Peggy Little 
Charles Locke 
Paul LaPresto 
Bol)l)y Lolt 

Stephanie Lott 
Steven Lott 
Thomas Lott 
John Lougc 
Alvin Love 
Lisa Lowry 
Leslie Lubritz 

Kar(!n Luckett 
Sharon Lumpkin 
Georg(; McAllister 
Charley McCaffrey 
Larissa McCain 
Shelia McCall 
Oscar McCleilan 

Sheila McCoy 
Lisa McCraig 
Sandra McDaniel 
Kathleen McDonald 
John McEachin 
Camella McGowan 
Kent McCraw 

Peter McGuire 
Tina McMillan 
Sandra McNease 
Carol McNeil 
Laura McWilliams 
Ted Maisch 
Helen Malley 

Robin Malley 
Kim Mansour 
Mary Marlow 
Toni Martin 
Stephen Martino 
Lisa Mason 
Stan Massengale 

Cassandra Massey 
Jerianne Mayfield 
Cynthia Meager 
Marc Means 
Bill Meigs 
Amelia Melvin 
Julie Merchant 

Boyd Merrifield 
Peter Metts 
Sandr.i Middendorf 
David Miller 
leffrey Miller 
Mari<inne Mingo 
Sherry Mirando 

Martha Mitchell 
Patty Mitchell 
Rhonda Mitchell 
(avendolyn Mock 
Shcrryl Monroe 
Debbie Moore 
Susan Moore 

William Moore 
Leisha Moree 
Alvaro Moreno 
Benila Morgan 
|ohn Morgan 
Lori Morgan 
Sheri Morrow 



Freshmen 

l:*'resnnien 
Freshmen 



Justin Moudy 
Patricia Murphy 
Richard Murphy 
Paula Morris 
Prentiss Morris 
Patrick Mulcahy 
Cynthia Mylford 

Yumi Nagai 

Brenda Nance 

Patrick Neal 

David Neideffer 

Cheryl Nester 

Tanya Newsom 

Diane Niestrath 

Cheri Nordan 
Eric Norris 

Audrey Oatis 
Michael Odom 
Cynthia Odum 
Sheila Olinger 

James O'Neal 

Hugh O'Neil 

Kenneth O'Quinn 

Jon Owen 

Diane Page 

Jean Palmer 

Kay Palmer 

Guy Palmore 

Anita Palomino 

Craig Panter 

Beth Parham 

Boyce Parker 

Palmer Paunovich 

Mark Peach 

Jack Peay 

William Peay 

Oswaldo Perez 

Beth Perkins 

Jeffrey Phillips 

Nancy Phillips 

Esther Phipps 
Timothy Pierce 

Wynn Pigot 

Raymond Pitt 

Kenneth Pittman 

Sandra Pittman 

Cheryl Pittman 

Steffani Polk 

Judy Pope 

Bonita Porter 
James Poss 
Doug Potter 
Cheryl Powell 
Harold Powell 
Susan Pridgen 
Kinney Prince 

Steve Provencher 

Kenneth Pruitt 

Richard Puckett 

Hazel Purser 

David Pylate 

Legina Quinn 

Shelia Ramsey 

William Randolph 
Ginger Ratliff 
Kathy Ray 
Dottie Reed 
Joyce Reed 
Rene Reedy 
Mary Reese 




Freshmen 
Freshmen 

Freshmen 




Leigh Reeves 
Lisa Reeves 
Vicki R(;mus 
Jenny R(;nard 
John Resta 
Cynthia Reynolds 
David Rhodes 

Rick Ricci 
James Rick 
Jam(!s Richardson 
Kathy Richardson 
Jani(! Richart 
Melanie Ridge 
Ramona Ridley 

Eileen Rieden 
Greg Rimes 
Teresa Roberts 
David Robertson 
Lisa Robertson 
Frank Robinson 
Stephanie Robst 

Amelia Rogers 
Pamela Rogers 
Charlotte Roney 
Theresa Ros 
Linda Rose 
Steve Rouse 
Christy Royals 

Laurel Ruiz 
Debbie Russf;ll 
Joyce Russell 
Danny Salers 
Lisa Sanders 
Johnny Sartin 
Nadine Saucier 

Sabrina Saulters 
Jane Sawyer 
Randy Saxon 
Dena Scheider 
Annette Scianna 
William Scruggs 
Terri Searcy 

James Seard 
Marie Secovich 
Donna Seymour 
David Shaper 
Brenda Shelton 
Jeffrey Shows 
Rhonda Shuck 

Michael Simons 
Rodger Singley 
Cmtiy Slaughter 
Kathy Slay 
William Slay 
L.iura Sledge 
Claire Sluyterman 

Shelia Smallman 
Cindy Smarit 
Angela Smith 
(;huc:k Smith 
D.ivid Smith 
Deborah Smith 
Ernie Smith 

Jeffrey Smith 
Jeannie Smith 
Kenneth Smith 
Pamela Smith 
Reginald Smith 
Sharon Smith 
Tonv Smith 



Freshmen 
Fresliiiictii 



Donald Snead 
Sarah Snowden 
Matt Snyder 
Mary Sparkman 
Kim Speights 
Cindy Spillman 
Teresa Spradley 

Amy Sproles 

Byron Stanley 

Sherry Steele 

Cheryl Stephens 

Debra Stephens 

Linda Stephans 

Lisa Stevens 

Patrice Stevens 

Scott Stewart 

Tami Stewart 

Scott Stillwell 

Tianay Strahan 

Laurie Stringer 

Jean Stuard 

Cynthia Stuart 

Mickey Stuckey 

Teresa Sullivan 

Tim Suszek 

Cindy Sutherland 

Toni Tadlock 

Michael Tarleton 

Ken Tarling 

Barbara Taylor 

Steve Terschluse 

Barbara Thompson 

David Thompson 

Jennifer Thompson 

Michael Thompson 

Sharon Thompson 

Jerri Thornton 

Ruth Thurber 

Grinelda Therman 

Kimberly Tillman 

Kathy Tisdale 

Merna Titus 

Edward Tonos 

Kenneth Trahan 

Teresa Trussell 

Deborah Tullos 

Bernadette Turner 

Patty Valestro 

Jeffrey VanPelt 

Lisa VanZant 
Benny Waddle 
Merril Wade 
Ellen Walker 
Ellen Walker 
Julie Walker 
Melody Walker 

Terri Wall 

Joanne Walley 

Arlene Walsh 

Kenneth Waltman 

Angela Ward 

Kathy Ward 

Lynn Ward 

Jonathan Warwick 

Eric Watkins 

Margie Watkins 

Sylvia Watson 

Lori Watts 

Tommie Watts 

Torri Weathersby 




Freshmen 
Freshmen 
Freshmen 




jiinni) Weeks 
Pumela Weds 
)ohn Wclsuh 
Alma While 
Brud While 
leffrey White 
Jimmy While 

Linda White 
Ricky Wilcox 
Lou Wildiir 
Vicki Wilds 
Amanda Williams 
Billy Williams 
Chris Williams 

Donna Williams 
Elizabeth Williams 
Jadee Williams 
Kenn(!th Williams 
Lon Williams 
Wayne Williams 
Lavera Williamson 

Patrica Williamson 
)ohn Windham 
Danita Winter 
Amanda Wise 
Greg Wolfkiel 
Katrina Wood 
Melanie Wood 

Nancy Wood 
)am(!s Woodruff 
Alenda Woods 
Ralph Woosley 
Charles Wright 
David Wright 
Mary Yates 



Krisia Yelverton 
Stephanie Zoller 
Nancy Zysk 




Pledges Host 13th Talent Show 

The nine sorority pledge classes at LISM sponsoriul the Ktth annual Junior I'anhcllenic Talent show- 
January 22, with Joey Gautier taking top honors. A freshman from Long Beach. Joey performed his 
original composition, "Alawada", on the; guitar and sang. Other winners included Terry ("lark singing 
"What I Did for Love", sece)nd place; Sonya Doggett character dancing to "The Lonely Goatherd", 
third place, and Richard Hughes, James Dixon, and Vic Duhose. singing and playing "There comes a 
Time" fourth place. 

The talent show is held each year in order to collect money for schohirships for sororily mcnibers 
Master of ceremonies for the program was Randy Swan, WDAM-TV ntnvsman and USM graduate 
Judges were Bonnie Bomboy, James Cox, Charlie Ray, Jerrie Mines and C'harlene Mills. 



Freshmen 
Freshmen 



HICKMAN HALL 




MISSISSIPPI HALL 




SCOTT HALL 




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ELAM ARMS 



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ROBERTS HALL 




BOLTON HALL 



310 



BOND HALL 




JONES HALL 



311 



HATTIESBURG 



Stephen Abdella 

William Allen 

Larry Atlow 

John Boehnlein 

David Carlson 

Johnny Copeland 

Al Crane 

Terry Duck 

Joey Duralde 

Ricky Freibert 

William Gladding 

John Godbold 

Tim Gonda 

James Herrington 

James Hill 

Quintin Kidd 

William Knox 

Richard Kwong 

Mikel Laird 

Bruce McCabe 

John Morgan 

Edwin Pilmer 

Rick Ricci 

Jay Roberts 

Christopher Seal 

Ernie Smith 

Bruce Smylie 

Robert Thornell 

Bobby Thrash 

Buck Vogel 

Timothy Watts 

Aunt Hattie 

Sandra Jennings 

Ramona Jones 

Barbara Knoble 



Sally Lofton 
Sarah Panther 
Janet Tisdelle 




312 



HAULERS 




313 




HILLCREST DORM 



314 




Resident 
Assistants 

Robin Grannell: Janice Lowery: 
Laura Nelson; Donna Keefe: Joyce 
Coggins; Becky Houston. Resident 
Manager; Liz Worcester; Cherie 
Johnson; Celeste Foster. 



Officers 



FRONT ROW: Linda Stewart. Presi- 
dent; Janet Harvey. Vice-President. 
BACK ROW: Melanie Robinson. In- 
tramural Chairman; Sheri Lyons. 
Repres(>nlative; Susan Crews. So- 
cial Chairman; Julie Ziegler. Repre- 
sentative; Becky Arrington. Repre- 
sentative; Kay Coker. Secretary- 
Treasurer. 



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316 




Schools & 
Colleges 

Tracey Creel 



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Business 
ADminisTRaTioN 



College of 

Business 

Administration 

Joseph A. Greene, Jr. 

Dean 

Accounting 

Accounting/Data Processing 

Advertising 

Banking and Finance 

Business Administration 

Economics 

Industrial Management 

Marketing Management 

Personnel Management 

Real Estate and Insurance 

Sales Management 



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College of 

Education 

and Psychology 

Bobby D. Anderson, 

Acting Dean 

Bilingual Executive 

Secretarial Studies 

Business Education 

Elementary Education 

Industrial Arts 

Industrial Mechanics 

Industri.il iind \'ocational Kducatioii 

Office Management 

Psychology 

Science Education 

Secondary Education 

Social and Rehabilitation Services 



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College of 

Fine Arts 

John Green, Dean 

Art 

Art Education 

Dance 

Music 

Music Education 

Theatre 



322 






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324 






School of Health, 

Physical Education 

and Recreation 

Walter E. Cooper 

Dean 

Athletic Administration and 
Coaching 

Health Education 

Physical Education 

Recreation 



325 



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School of 

Home Economics 

Sarah L. Gibbs, 

Dean 

Child Development 

Clothing and Textiles 

Clothing Merchandising 

Dietetics 

Food and Nutrition 

Home Economics Education 

Home Economics in Equipment 

Hotel and Restaurant 

Administration 

Interior Design 

Institution Administration 

Marriage and Family Living 



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College of 

Liberal Arts 

Glenn T. Harper, 

Acting Dean 

Advertising 

American Studies 

Anthropology 

Audiology 

Classics 

Communications 

Community and Regional Planning 

Criminal Justice 

Economics 

Education of the Deaf 

English 

French 

Geography 

German 

History 

Journalism 

Language Disorder 

Latin American Studies 

Linguistics 

Paralegal Studies 

Philosophy 

Philosophy and Religion 

Political Science 

Public Address 

Radio, Television, and Film 

Social Studies 

Sociology 

Spanish 

Speech Pathology 



329 




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Library 
Service 




School of 

Library Service 

Onva K. Boshears, Jr. 

Dean 

Library Science 



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Nursing 

Elizabeth C. Harkins, 

Dean 

Nursing 



333 




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College of 

Science and 

Technology 

Gary C. Wildman, 

Dean 

Architectural Technology 

Biology 

Building Construction Technology 

Chemistry 

Computer Science 

Computer Science/Data Processing 

Computer Technology 

Environmental Technology 

Food Sciences and Technology 

Geology 

Industrial Technology 

Mathematics 

Mechanical Technology 

Medical Technology 

Microbiology 

Physics 

Plastics Technology 

Polymer Science 

Science Education 

Statistics 



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336 






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Honors College 

Wallace G. Kay, 

Dean 



337 




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School of 

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Shirley Jones 

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INDEX 



Administration 242-257 

Adult Student Organization 166 

Afro American Cultural Society 163 

Air Force ROTC 139 

Alpha Epsilon Alpha 127 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 126 

Alpha Kappa Alpha 188 

Alpha Lambda Delta 122 

Alpha Phi Omega 158 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 170-171 

Alpha Tau Omega 192 

Angel Flight 139 

Arnold Air Society 140 

Associated Student Body 146 

ASB Justice Court 146 

ASB Senate 147 

ASB Supreme Court 148 

Baptist Student Union 162 

Baseball 84-87 

Basketball, Ladies' 98-103 

Men's 90-97 

Beauties 214-223 

Benson, George 40-41 

Beta Beta Beta 126 

Bliss, Chris 60 

Botegha 137 

Buffett, Jimmy 62-63 

Business Adminstration, College of 322-323 

Cadre & Staff 142 

Casino Night 50-51 

Cheerleaders 114-115 

Chi Omega 172 

Chi Omega Songfest ,.48-49 

Christmas 52-53 

College Republicans 166 

Collegiate Civitans 155 

Commodores & LTD 28-29 

DelSur 145 

Deha Deha Delta 174 

Deha Gamma 176 

Deha Sigma Pi 125 

DehaZeta 178 

Dixie Darlings 112-113 

Dorms 308-315 

Drill Team 143 

Edmonds & Curley 61 

Education/Psychology, College of 320-321 

Fine Arts, College of 322-323 

Football 66-79 



Freshmen 297-307 

Futurama 46-47 

Graduates 258-259 

Greek Games 22-23 

Greek God & Goddess 224-225 

Hall of Fame 241 

Health, Physical Education & 

Recreation, School of 324-325 

Homecoming 34-37 

Home Economics Club 129 

Home Economics, School of 326-327 

Honors College 336-337 

Honors Student Association 130 

Interfraternity Council 168 

IFSEA 128 

Intramurals 104-105 

Jay, Ricky 42 

Juniors 274-286 

Kappa Alpha Order 194 

Kappa Delta 180 

Kappa Kappa Psi 124 

Kappa Mu Epsilon 123 

Kappa Omicron Phi 123 

Kappa Sigma 196 

Kole, Andre 56-57 

Lambda Alpha Epsilon 130 

Lambda Sigma 120 

LeRoux 26-27 

Liberal Arts, College of 328-329 

Library Science Association 131 

Library Science, School of 330-331 

Lucas, Dr. Aubrey K 242-243 

Mardi Gras Ball 58-59 

Marlin, Mike 43 

Miss Southern 20-21 

Mu Phi Epsilon 133 

Newman Club 161 

Nursing, School of 332-333 

OHC Lecture Series 32-33 

Omega Psi Phi 198 

Omicron Delta Kappa 119 

Panhellenic Council 169 

Phi Beta Lambda 134 

PhiChiTheta 135 

Phi Delta Rho 121 

Phi Kappa Phi 118 

Phi Kappa Tau 200 

PhiMu 182 

Phi Mu Alpha 133 



Phi Theta Kappa 151 

Photo Service 159 

Pi Beta Phi 184 

Pi Kappa Alpha 202 

Pi Tau Chi 160 

Pom Pom Girls 116-117 

Pride 108-111 

Residence Hall Council 149 

Rush 24-25 

Scabbard and Blade 143 

Science and Technology, College of 334-335 

Senatorial Elections 38-39 

Seniors 260-273 

Seven Jewels Study Club 155 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 204 

Sigma Gamma Rho 190 

Sigma Nu 206 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 208 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 186 

Smallbore Rifle Team 144 

SNASM 131 

Society for the Advancement 

of Management 135 

Society of Physics Students 138 

Society of Polymer Scientists 138 

Sophomores 287-296 

SOUTHERNER 152 

Southern Geographical Society 128 

Southern Style 150 

Speech & Hearing Association 132 

Student Broadcasters Association 136 

Student Constructors 137 

STUDENT PRINTZ 153 

Student Religious Federation 160 

Tau Beta Sigma 124 

Tennis, Ladies' 82-82 

Mens' 80-81 

Toga Party 44-45 

University Activities Council 156 

USM Bowling Team 165 

USM Golden Girls 154 

USM Gymnastics Club 164 

USM, Mr. and Miss 212-213 

USM Parks & Recreation Club 132 

USM Rangers 142 

USM Scuba Club 164 

Wesley Foundation 162 

Who's Who 226-240 

Young Democrats 167 



Photo Credits 



Jay Binder-pg. 58-59 

David Taylor-pg. 204; pg. 54-55 

Steve Gardner-pg. 52 position #1 

Person's Newspaper-pg. 38-39 position #1,2,4; pg. 258; pg. 44-45 

Doug Williams-pg.352 

Becca Johnson-pg. 30-33; pg. 28-29 

All other photographs were taken by staff photographers and 

Photo Service 

STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS: 

Judy Burchfield 

Chuck Cook 

Dwight Douthit 

Robert Lynch 

Frank Sita 

PHOTO SERVICE: 

Anthony Curtis 

Mitch Krell 

Robert Phillips 

Vaughn Wilson 




Beth Paul, Burt Knight, Vicki Wilson, Donna Giles, Gary Stover, Angle 
Ritchie, Melanie Collins, Mary Douglas, Drew Foret, Tracy Creel, Marcia 
Hill, Frank Sita, Jennifer Jackson, Judy Burchfield, Kitty McElroy, Peggy 
Meadows, Virgie Stewart, Rita Dievert, Diane Humphries, STUDENT 
PRINTZ, Carl Brewer, Bobbie Talley, Judy Pope, Billie Cole, Barbara 
Ross, Jerry Cook, Wayne Ammons, Photo Service, Vaughn Wilson, 
Mitch Krell, Robert Phillips, Anthony Curtis, Chuck Cook, Robert 
Lynch, University Activities Council, Laura Pitalo, W.A. Benson, Jim 
McDonald, Curtis Harris, Rex Crandall, Bob Creasman, and the rest of 
the employees of Herff Jones Yearbooks. 



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Harry Hodges, editor 




Dwight Douthit, asst. editor 




"Warren K. Dunn, advisor 



A Final Word . . . 



Fldiling the '79 SOUTFIERNER was a big challenge for me thai I'm sure 
that I will never regret having undertaken. I have learned a great deal dur- 
ing th(! many long hours that 1 hav(^ spt^nl here in this office wondering if it 
would ever be finished. It is the product of a few dedicated people who 
n'.nUy cared that the students of U.S.M. should receive a nice yearbook. 

I don't know what I would have done without my assistant editor. Dwight. I 
trusted his judgement in most every decision that I made. Not only has he 
b(!en a true friend but a great deal of help to me as well. Burt Knight and 
Beth Paul also (lev()t(!(l much of their unselfish time. Mr. Dunn was always 
around to hi^ip when 1 nef^dfui him. He is a very dedicated man and I admire 
him vf-ry much. 1 also appreciate; all the h(!lp of Vicki Wilson and Donna 
Giles who were always more than willing to do anything they could. The 
final artwork for the cov(!r would not have been possible had it not been for 
Gary Stover who really did a btiautiful job. Special thanks also goes to 
Photo Service for all their assistance, as well as my close friends, family, 
and advisor. Dr. Margaret McCarthy for th(!ir patience and encouragement. 

1 know that it is almost impossible to please everyone, but I hope that some 
part of the '79 SOUTHERNER will find favor with everyone that views it. 




Specifications 



The 1979 SOUTHERNER was printed and bound in Montgomery. Alabama. 
by Paragon Press, a division of Herff Jones Yearbooks. The 352 page book 
was printed on Bordeaux Special paper with one flat of Mulicolor Plus 
(pages 1, 4&5, 8&9, 12&13, & 16) and two flats of Spot Color (H| 375 Lime <m 
pages 2&3, 6&7, lO&ll, and 14&15: H| 123 Ochre on pages 82&83. 86&87. 
90&91, and 

94&95). Head- 
lines and sub- 
heads through- 
out the; book are 
24 point and 14 
point Claren- 
don, respec- 
tively. Body 
copy and cap- 
tion copy is 8 
point Melior. 
Th(' cover base 
material is Hol- 
iiston Natural 
Buckram with 
the design on 
the front lid and 
spine silk- 

screened in 
i)ro\vn sienn<i 
ink and 

stamped in gold 
foil. The final 
artwork for the 
cover was done 
by U.S.M. 

alumnus, Gary 
Slo\er. of Gulf- 
port, Missis- 
sippi 



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